Brand: ZOMG Smells
Remarkably Good Mimic Octopus Mistaken for Marine Researcher for Three Years: red musk, coral wood, ambergris, frankincense, Puget Sound rain, saltwater.
Seattle Aquarium employees were baffled by the sudden absence of Dr. Miriam Galente from work for five days, until they discovered her nesting under the docks nears the seal enclosure and realized that she had in fact been a mimic octopus all along, and had simply reached the point in her natural lifespan where she followed ancient instincts to seek a small, safe cave and lay eggs. “This honestly explains so much about why she never published, and why she never talked, and especially why she always tried to eat whatever we were dissecting,” one of her colleagues stated under condition of anonymity. He added that other than those things, there really were no signs that she was not a normal human researcher.
…Okay, this one didn’t actually happen. But it could! Almost. Mimic octopuses are truly remarkable.