Cuttlefish, a cephalopod listed amongst the most intelligent invertebrates, hunt their prey using two retractable tentacles, each of which has a set of small, fine teeth at the end. The fish will suck up their prey quickly -- "executioner style," as filmmaker Dustin Adamson describes the behavior in this short film of a cuttlefish hunting at night. While on a late dive in the Philippines, Adamson was approached by a cuttlefish who followed for a time, using the light from Adamson's camera to search for prey. "He missed a lot, but was also very successful, between shrimp and fish," Adamson writes. "Probably having the biggest meal of his life."