Valentine's Blind Date For Octopus
Seattle, Washington (CNN) - Cupid was called to work his magic at the Seattle Aquarium on Valentines Day.
Biologists did some matchmaking and arranged a blind date at the Octopus exhibit.
They even set a romantic mood with decorative hearts, flowers and music.
It was a lesson of love to see what would happen when 16 arms and six hearts tried to make a love connection.
The two giant Pacific octopuses took it slow at first displaying some shyness, especially in front of a vocal crowd of young students.
Valentine’s Day marked the start "Octopus Week" at the aquarium.