WATCH: This octopus from New Zealand is a real shutterbug
Move aside Paul the Octopus (may he rest in peace) - there's a new cephalopod with a neat party trick on the block.
While Paul made his name at a German aquarium by accurately predicting the outcome of World Cup matches in 2010, Rambo the Octopus from New Zealand could very well be the world's first-ever professional octopus photographer.
Trained to operate a Sony Cybershot camera at the sound of a buzzer, Rambo's shots of aquarium guests who visit her - yes, it's a her - enclosure at Kelly Tarlton's Sea Life Aquarium are being sold at NZ$2 (S$2.03) a pop.
Octopuses are extremely intelligent creatures and are capable of some astounding problem-solving feats like opening a jar to get to food or even escaping their enclosure.
This trait was apparent in Rambo, who learnt how to take a photo after just three tries, according to animal trainer Mark Vette in an interview with New Zealand TV programme Seven Sharp.
While she is smart, Rambo isn't always perfect though.
While she is the first octopus to use her photography skills for money, Rambo isn't the only eight-legged shutterbug around.
In March, filmmaker Benjamin Savard of Middlebury College in the US had a GoPro snatched from him by an octopus he was filming.
The mollusc then turned the lens on him, producing a rather good picture.
Savard uploaded the pictures on Reddit and even included a GIF as proof that the incident really took place.
Sadly, photography may not have been on the octopus' mind as Savard said that it then tried to devour the camera before moving on.
Nonetheless, the photos from this unnamed octopus and Rambo do show that octopuses could very well have a career behind the lens in the future.
Just as long as they don't start taking selfies... It's be hard to fit all eight tentacles in the picture!