No, they do not. Octopi are invertebrates.
Octopuses are invertebrates, so no.
Squid, jellyfish and octopuses are examples of ocean invertebrates.
# Worms # Slugs # Octopuses # Spiders # ants
Invertebrates don't have a backbone, like octopuses, crabs, worms, etc
No, some such as worms have no limbs whereas insects have six and octopuses have eight.
Cuttlefish are in fact invertebrates. This is because they are not actually fish, as their names hint. Cuttlefish are mollusks, and are in the same group of animals as species such as octopuses or squid.
They are almost certainly the smartest invertebrates in the world. They have problem-solving abilities about equal to cats.
Squids' and octopi's nervous system are the most advanced of all invertebrates
no it is not a mammal Answer No, an octopus does not give birth to live young, suckle its young or have hair. Thus, octopuses are not mammals. Octopuses are invertebrates from the Phylum Mollusca (molluscs), a phylum that includes snails, slugs, limpets, oysters and polyplacophorans as well. Octopuses and squid are in the Class Cephalopoda of this phylum.
Yes.Of the invertebrates, squid an octopuses have the most developed brains, in part to process information coming from their highly sophisticated eyes.
Octopuses, hermit crabs, squid, slugs, snails, and sharks are a few creatures that do not have bones (creatures that do not have bones are called 'invertebrates').
yes, because it's a bird and all creatures that have bones are vertebrates octopuses and such creatures don't have bones so they are invertebrates
Synapomorphies of invertebrates are animals species that do not possess or develop vertebral column. The species that are invertebrate are crab, lobster, snails, clam and octopuses.
There are many invertebrates in the world but I would just specify the most common invertebrate worms, slugs, octopuses, spiders and ants.
other octopuses kill octopuses!!!! :-D
No, the octopus is not a mammal.The octopus is in a class of molluscs called cephalopods.All mammals are vertebrates, meaning they have a backbone. Octopuses do not have a backbone, making them invertebrates.
it is probably because they would not be able to support themselves on land and wouldn't be able to move around easily
Octopuses are predators.
Vertebrates have internal skeletal structures, like cats and dogs and humans. Invertebrates have no backbone, like jellyfish and octopuses. Mollusks have exoskeletons, like snails and clams.
Yes they do.
Octopuses are not decomposers. They are consumers.
Tree octopuses do not exist. All octopuses are marine (live in the ocean).
They rarely do. Usually, octopuses eat other octopuses. no but maybe sea turtles