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National Geographic’s “Secrets of the Octopus” Streaming on Hulu and Disney+
By Ian Bongso-Seldrup, April 22, 2024 @ 09:00 AM (EST)

Today, April 22nd, is Earth Day, and around the world, events are being held to bring awareness to the environmental degradation occurring on the planet, whether it’s tree planting or beach cleanups. Helping people connect with animals is central to motivating the public to protect the natural world and the creatures that inhabit it, so it’s little wonder that Hulu and Disney+ have chosen Earth Day to begin streaming the new National Geographic documentary series “Secrets of the Octopus.” Nat Geo’s Explorer-at-Large and Academy Award-winning writer-director James Cameron is the executive producer, while the narrator is actor Paul Rudd.

If you’re having trouble explaining to your non-diver friends why you love octopuses so much, “Secrets of the Octopus” is the perfect recommendation—a must-watch introduction to the lives of these fascinating, highly intelligent cephalopods. With mind-blowing underwater footage, the three-part series uncovers the remarkable abilities and complex behaviors of these enigmatic creatures, from their extraordinary camouflage skills to their astonishing problem-solving prowess. Whether it’s the tiny and highly venomous blue-ringed octopus or the humongous giant Pacific octopus, the world’s largest, with its 14-foot arm span, these spellbinding animals are sure to captivate even the most jaded viewer.

Check out the series trailer below, and then get ready to plan some nights in with the ocean’s most magical creatures!




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