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Surprisingly, an octopus has neither legs nor tentacles. It has arms, which have suction cups on the underside. Most people think they have tentacles, but common octopuses do not. In fact, tentacles are merely flexible extentions. Squids and cuttlefish have such things as tentacles.
A cephalopod is a type of invertibrate in the Mollusc family. Squid are type of cephalopd, along with octopus and cuttlefish.
A squid or an octopus.
A better answer for this question would be: They are an
invertebrate in the phylum Mollusca meaning "soft bodied"
(Mollusks). The class Cephalopoda means "head foot", meaning their
arms and tentacles come from the head. All of their internal organs
He didn't, and that was why he charged into it at the end of
dead man's chest. He doesn't escape the Kraken , but he does infact
live, because in the third movie 'At Worlds End' Barbosa, Elizabeth
and Will + Crew Travel to Davy Jone's Locker in search of Captain
Squid move by stretching their tentacles out. They have a flap of skin that spreads out as they do this. Then they pull their legs together sharply and the flaps of skin push the water out of the way that makes them move forward. They do this continuously until they arrive to their destination.
When a squid is threatened, it releases ink from a small pouch near its beak (inside the base of the tentacles) which quickly spreads to disguise the squid. While the predator is momentarily confused, the squid makes its getaway.
Yes the Kraken is very real
the origin of krakken means hell tentacles of the deep the kraken is known to live in the deepest parts of the ocean it may have existed before because their is claims of people seeing it in the pacific ocean so it is probably dead or passed on its jeans aka babies
While the monster you may or may not be thinking of isn't real, the Kraken IS based on a real animal--the giant squid.
A squid is a member of the cephalopod family. It is closely related to octopus and cuttlefish. They are one of the most advanced members of the group of animals that contains snails and clams.squids are ten-armed cephalopods with slender bodies and pairs of rounded or triangular caudal fins and va…
The tentacles grab the fish or small animal, and draw it into the squid's mouth.
The collosal squid is the biggest one was found in new zealand and it was estimated about 10 metres.
Yes, they do.
Cuttlefish are known to eat small mollusks, crabs, shrimp
octopuses, worm ,and other cuttlefish.
It depends on the species but in general, yes squids are omnivores.
Yes, But Not Many Eat The Giant Pacific Octopuses. Sleeper Sharks Probably Eat Octopuses Most. Dogfishes Also Eat Them. But The Giant Pacific Octopus Often Eats Dogfishes Themselves!!! Great White Sharks Are Not Good Predators On Octopuses. They Prefer Sea Mammals, Fish And Birds. Sharks Are More In…
A Kraken is a huge sea monster in Norwegian Greek legend that looks like a giant octopus or giant squid. The legend may very well be born from rare occurrences of giant squid coming to the surface and attacking ships; Sperm whales are known to hunt down and eat giant squid. This giant squi…
An octopus changes color depending on its surroundings; this is done to protect itself from predators.Octopi are most often a mottled (when they are seen at all due to their effective camouflage) brown, ochre, sienna or other "earthy" color.They can change color to blend with surroundings nearly ins…
they SMD thats what they do ;]
No, all squids either are omnivores or carnivores. No squids rely on just organic material. The average squid is carnivorous eating a diet of pretty much anything from small fish to large sea animals. They are so big their tentacles can wrap around their prey pulling them into their mouth. Smaller s…
the glasss squid doest not hunt it uses phto symthes..
jamaca we have a bobsled team
No, squid is a mollusc = same phyllum as snails, slugs, clams ect.
spitting water, air and its main predator is the beluga whale it uses its sensors to sting the squid
Yes, it is a mollusk because mollusks are squid or octopus-like creatures. Mollusks have a variety of ways to create a shell. Some mollusks have shells on the outside, such as a variety of gastropods. The Nautilus is one of the first cephalopods, which traditionally do not have an exoskeleton shell,…
The Kraken of Greek Mythology was a great storm that would periodically come in from the sea and do great damage, much like our hurricanes.
No. The only solid, hard body part is its mouth, which is like a beak. That is why they can hide in really small spaces, like a jar or in a small hole. On PBS, in a laboratory, I saw a full grown octopus climb out of it's tank and go across to a tank of a fully grown shark in it. The shark tried to …
You eat it with a fork and knife.
by propulsion. the propel themselves through the water if you ride the Kraken you'd know.
They have 8 arms and 2 tentecles.They have 8 arms that you can see and one extra arm that male cuttlefish have for mating. They use that arm that we don't see to give the female the pouch that has the baby cuttlefish in it and she stores it away. So 8 arms that we can see+1 extra arm that we don't s…
no they only sting hehe
Usually octopuses eat crabs, clams and some other fishes too.
yes there is it is called a colasul squid they live in Antarctica
No. Squids eat other marine animals; therefore being a carnivore.
They have gills in their mantle (the "head," if you will). The gills work by absorbing oxygen that is dissolved into the water and transferring it directly into the bloodstream.
I don't KNOW is what I meant, the octopus get it name from their leg. or arms.
yes squid are endangered.
Cuttlefish are a group of animals, not a single species, and so have no genus or species name. The groups scientific name is Sepiida.
Cuttlefish are marine invertebrates in the mollusc class class
cephalopoda alongside octopi and squid. Like swuid they have
elongated bodies with eight arms and two tentacles. They prey on
other marine animals including small fish and various
invertebrates. Cuttlefish are known for their remarkable …
Cuttlefishes primary predators are large fish like sharks,
yeah i think dolphins and Narwhal eat them but strangely only the
An octopus eats by catching its prey in its arms, then killing it by biting it with a kind of beak they have
tenticals are swell and octopus feel special with them i think.
Octopii are eaten by humans. They are eaten also by squids, as in Captain Nemo's 20000 Leagues under the Sea.
There is no 'average' squid. There are some 300 species of squid, all have their own average sizes.
I think yes. Why else would there be so many paintings and drawings of a colossal creature that looks like a squid taking down ships all the way to the depths. I honestly do not think they were lying when they painted them. So YES i think it does OR at one time did exist because it might be dead by …
They live usually live under rocks so they aren't able to be found. They are able to do this because they don't have a back bone.
Squid can be found in places with salt water. California, Hawaii,
and the Gulf of Mexico are all locations where squid can be found
The squid is known as the ice cream cone of the sea because they are a favorite food of many ocean dwellers.All squids are carnivores.the colossal squid, mostly known as the giant squid, eat whales when he can "take them down".Squid can live in fresh water, and saltwater.Squids can range from 24 inc…
a cuttlefish is a mollusca that looks like a tiny squid
it moves moves by the water
Yes they are bigger than the giant squid... they are a new discovery and they have hooks on their tentacles along with suction pads *shiver* (creepy)
The female lays eggs and attaches these to something on the seabed and the males dart in and release sperm into the water round them.
When really mature; Octupus females lay eggs on a rocky den(space between rocks...) They can lay from 20,000 to 100,000 eggs depends of the kind of octopus. They lay eggs over a period of several days. The female tended,cleaned and aerated the eggs until they hatch. The incubation depends on the typ…
Squids belong to the order Teuthida. For a more precise scientific name, a more precise description of the squid in question is required.
Squids are related to octopuses, snails, slugs, clams,oysters, scallops, and periwinkle!
Cuttlefish have three hearts <3 like octopi and Squids; nautiluses have...well, IDK. I'll get back 2 you on that 1. just keep checking that Q, don't worry I'll find an answer =O hehehe...
There are many different species of octopus - the smallest is the Octopus Wolfi, which is found in the Indo-Pacific Ocean. It is 1.5 centimeters in length. The largest is the Pacific Giant Octopus which can weigh 150 pounds and stretch 30 feet across in only two years
Most octopi hunt for their food at night. They use camouflage to
lay in wait for a tasty bit of food to get close, then they reach
out and grab their prey with their tentacles.
Tintenfische sind eigentlich Fleischfresser!Plankton ist eine Ausname
a cuttlefish is the size of your large thumb put together twice.
Cuttlefish have three separate hearts, two of which are used to pump blood to the pair of gills, one for each gill, and the third for pumping the blood around the rest of the body.
A group of cuttlefish called is called a bob.
There are a few things that eat octopi, but mainly the common enemy
would be a shark. Octopi are not dumb however, and they're
well-versed with defenses that can help keep a shark at bay. It was
actually observed in an Aquarium that an Octopus purposely
assassinated every shark in its tank, without …
Cuttlefish capture their food with their tentacles. Then they eat
their prey, which is usually fish or crustaceans, with their
Squid to no make noises like other animals, even when communicating
with one another. Instead, they use their ability to change color
and other chemical signals to communicate.
Subclass Nautiloidea: nautilus
Subclass Coleoidea: squid, octopus, cuttlefish
Order Spirulida: Ram's Horn Squid
Order Sepiida: cuttlefish
Order Sepiolida: bobtail squid
Order Teuthida: squid
Natural predators of octopus are moray and conger eels, dolphins and sharks. - From a Google search.sharks
Squids swim from 25 to even 40 miles per hour.
Halibut love octupus I have dressed probably a million pounds of halibut over 40 years and octupus is a very common food of the big fish.
In the ocean, obviously.
they sleep by closing there eyes
They defend themselves by changing their color to match their
Octopuses, or octopi, are predators. They hunt crabs, prawn, fish, and mollusks. However, in turn they are also hunted by sharks, dolphins, and other sea animals, so they are also prey. This means that they are not top predators, but somewhere in between.
Octopus catch food by lying in wait or moving slowly across the bottom until they see prey. They then pounce on their prey, enveloping it in their tentacles and bringing it to their mouth which has a hard, sharp beak which crushes the victim.
No, an octopus does not have gills to use for breathing. Instead it
has a siphon that helps it get the oxygen it needs.
Yes they do.All sea creatures have gills.
Yes, they can. They do it so they can stay away from predators such as some tropical sharks. Color change is also used in communication and to attract mates.
Yes, cuttlefish have beaked mouths.
Yes. They eat just about anything that is big, looks like food, and ticks them off.
-- They eat primarily fish, crustaceans, and other mollusks. They eat things that are smaller than themselves. ... Squid do not get "ticked off". They do, however, sometimes, "taste" things with their tentacles, l…
It uses its siphon to push it through the water.
Welll, I really don't know that's why i went here to find out. Really though can someone please tell me the answer! Somebody???/ Anyone??? I need to know! Know! Before this unit is over in science!
Squid do not have babies, they lay eggs which they attach to seaweed.
No they are not. they are carnivores, which means that they eat meat. they feed on crabs, fish, people, sharks, and sometimes even other octopus.
Octopus do not have fins. They swim by using their arms and body. If they need to go very fast, they squirt water out of their siphon and use "jet propulsion." Mostly, an octopus will just crawl around on the bottom to get around. Some Octopus do have ear like appendage's with which the use to prope…
It has a clear w-shaped pupil