Great pictures, congratulations. Maybe you can settle a family fued. Your pictures show clearly to me that the head of the octopus is positioned in front of the eyes instead of behind the eyes? Two people in our house think the head is behind the eyes, two think the head is in front of the eyes. Who is right?
Well actually, these are Neptune's great pics of his bimac Ochi.
An octopus doesn't really have a "head" the way we usually think of it. Cephalopods: A World Guide shows the head as being around the eye area. The mantle is the body- the bulb like area behind the eyes. The beak (mouth) is underneath, where all the arms begin, on the same side as the suckers.