Yes, colossal squids do squirt black ink
Well, all you have to do is go to, well umm you see your game sign at the top of your self and click on that and you see this little picture of a clumpus and that means quests. So after that you will see a chart of quests in it. If you have not done even one quest, you are gonna have to do them so...
Yes. They are poisonous. When their prey tried to go away, they would open their eight arms and shoot out two long hangs to catch them. Then cuttlefish will feed them their poison and then eat it. ©
A Squids mouth is located between all of its tenticles
The giant Pacific octopus is the largest octopus species. Typical weights for a full-grown giant Pacific octopus range from 70 to 110 pounds. Most are less than 16 feet across from arm tip to arm tip. Yesyes!
Blue ringed octopuses can be found in the temperate waters around Australia: in the South for one species, found in shallow 0-50m under water, and from Northern Australia to Japan for another species, in 0-20m under water.
It would have to be hand-powered. Machines don't have dexterity like that.
There are only two types of squid that live in Antarctica: the Colossal Squid and the Giant Squid. I believe they, like whales or seals, have an extra layer of blubber/fat that can protect them from the freezing water temperatures. Any other squid brought into Antarctica would die in minutes...
Apart from sharks, monkfish and swordfish, the cuttlefish has another huge predator - the human. Cuttlefish are used in food preparations, aquariums, and also bred for their ink and cuttlebone.
If it gets in your eyes of into your body it will sting. If it hits your skin it will also sting but not as long.
Cuttlefish eat small molluscs, crabs, shrimp, fish, octopodes, worms, and other cuttlefish.
Squids and octopuses propel themselves by expelling water. They do this by keeping water in a cavity and then suddenly contracting the cavity to force out the water through an opening.
Cuttlefish eat: small fish, mollusks, crabs, octopus, worms, shrimp, snails, clams, and other cuttlefish.
fight them with fireballs a person will give them to you -secretbuilders
If you would like to buy a pet octopus, you could buy it on liveaquarium.com
umm..that's a tough one.... just try the ocean:)
Squids live all over the world, in oceans and in lakes.
Honestly I have no idea how. One good answer would be just like how any animal takes a dump. I know in dogs and several animals that at the end of the large intestine is the rectum where waste is excreted out. But if you were to really look into that question then I would say that (from...
The world's smallest known octopus is the Octopus Wolfi. It was discovered and officially classified in 1913. The Octopus Wolfi measures only 1.5 cm in length! These tiny octopuses are found in the Indo-Pacific Ocean A full grown Octopus Wolfi weighs less than a gram. ...
Squids reproduce by mating in large groups, and attach their egg capsules to the ocean floor or to seaweed. They live in all types of areas e.g. at a jetty, bay, lake and even deep sea. And they live between 18 and 24 months.
No. Because there are 14 known species of DUMBO octopus
The octopus has a closed circulatory system, which means that all their blood is confined to vessels.
The giant pacific octopus lives in cold water.
On the whole, squid are not endangered. There has been discussion that the Giant squid is endangered, but that is only in some areas. Populations are quite healthy.
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They can reproduce sexually and asexually.
Not really. It does have a hydro-skeleton where it uses pneumatic pressure to move along.
The state fish (Texas Squid) is known to exist some say number in the hundreds of thousands though one has not been spotted in years. They live near oil rigs which is a natural safe habitat for the animal which produces ink for quick getaways. The Texas Squid is possibly on the endangered species...
The normal squid weighs approximately 10 stone.
It confuses their predators and sometimes blinds them.
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L.A. (Los Angeles) is along the coast of California. L.A. is near and under Glendale. If you don't know what the coast is..... it is the part of California that is aligned by the ocean (aka the Pacific Ocean).
No they have bilaterial symetry.
for camoflauge so the squid can change color to better blend into its surroundings.
The size of octopus range between few centimeters to many feets. Californian Lilliput octopus range between 1-2 cm whereas the giant pacific octopus are as large as 14 feet and above.
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The adaptations of a squid are that its ability to chance color helps it hide and sneak up on its prey oops im thinking of a suidThere are many adadtations of a squid icluding its ability to give out light.Another great adaptation of a squid is that it has 2 tenicles to grasp its food and 2 or 3 to...
It has no mass and doesn't take up space. It is fictitious.The "Pacific tree octopus" (pseudo-classification Octopus paxarboria) was a 1998 internet hoax that was intended as a parody of actual ecological awareness groups. Occasionally young or gullible individuals will mistake the site as one...
An octopus has one central brain located just above its mouth and in between its eyes. Octopi also have a series of ganglia distributed throughout their arms, which enable them to carry out certain autonomous functions.
A squid is not a devilfish. In Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O'Dell it says Rontu watches the devilfish's black cloud. ( ink ).
They interact in many different way. For example if they were frightened they would squirt ink there face and hurry and swim away. If they were getting food they would attach there little suckers there preys face and stuff them down there mouth. And sometimes they don't do single thing.
it is in the Atlantic,Pacific,and the indian ocean. The like to live in shallow salty waters. If they live in warm waters for a long time they change color.
Yes! When an octopus is in danger, the octopus would squirt ink out and swim away.
No, an octopus is a mollusk, more specifically a cephalopod
Where can I find a Giant Squid?? Can you answer to this question as quick as you can?
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They have 9 brains... or more precisely a central hub of 180 million neurons in the head linked to 8 other neuron groupings at the base of each arm. This brain configuration has nothing in common with anything we know, yet it habors a intelligence nearly identical to our own.
The octopus is important because it is cool and fills the ocean with coolness
they are only a couple of inches long
Blue Ringed octopus, Day octopus, and Giant octopus. Blue ringed octopuses are small sized, but have deadly toxic that can kill a fully-grown man. Day octopuses are large and can float to attack divers. Giant octopuses are the largest species that can kill a human with a beak bite.
An octopus has bilateral symmetry.
They adapt by their tentacles because they have gills that help them survive under water.
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Krakens are mythological creatures, now proved as a real animal called a Giant Squid. In ancient times, Egyptians, Greeks, Persians, and many other empires would have ships sent out through the Mediterranean Sea to trade, fight, and explore other places. Some were attacked by krakens, or giant squid...
Project Kraken is a special organisation that is on a mission to find and discover the kraken.
It is in one of the Assassin's Tombs. I'm not sure which one, and I hope someone can clarify, but it is the one with a lever you have to pull to activate a giant obstacle course. Pull the lever, then look into the water for one minute. You will see a squid's body swim past you, looking at you with a...
All mollusks have a foot, an organ. In a squid the foot is the tentacles it has.
Cuttlefish ARE nekton because they are aquatic, motile (self-propelled) living organisms.
Small fish, plankton, and other hermit crabs
they play the surting part
Octopus I love them! If they feel threatened they let out a spray of black ink.
Yes, because scientist have done something and a octopus mimic the scientist exactly every single one of it's moves
Numberous ways to eat them. Barbecue is quite famous.
they don't exactly crawl up the beach but they do crawl over rocks in tide pools and can handle being out of the water for a small amount of time.
The word 'squid' is believed to have appeared in the early 17th century, but the origin is unknown. Both the Collins and Oxford dictionaries list the origin as 'unknown'. It has been suggested that 'squid' is similar to squishy and squirt - describing the texture and behaviour of the squid. This is...
No they are not a Christian band. They are a Deathcore/Nu Metal band.
Octopus do not have ears the holes on their side of their heads are gills. They sense movement and sound with their swim bladder.
A squid eats other smaller fish and organisms like Krill, fish, and shrimp which helps to limit the number of them in that area so the krill, fish, and shrimp dont over populate.
mollusk, polycepodaIntelligent Invertebrate: The octopus - a cephalopod - is one of the largest, fastest and most intelligent of all invertebrates.This information was taken from "Animalplanet.com".
I do not know why a common octopus is an animal kingdom
the eye helps it see very far to see prey or predaders.