Sticky, a red octopus, presses himself against the glass of the jar he is being transported in, at the Rosario Beach Marine Laboratory in Anacortes. An exciting summer recently came to a close for 59 college students studying marine biology at a beach-side campus on Rosario Bay.
Sticky, a red octopus, presses himself against the glass of the jar he is being transported in, at the Rosario Beach Marine Laboratory in Anacortes. An exciting summer recently came to a close for 59 college students studying marine biology at a beach-side campus on Rosario Bay. Brandy Shreve AP
Sticky, a red octopus, presses himself against the glass of the jar he is being transported in, at the Rosario Beach Marine Laboratory in Anacortes. An exciting summer recently came to a close for 59 college students studying marine biology at a beach-side campus on Rosario Bay. Brandy Shreve AP

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