the blue ringed octopus is
well one of the blue ringed octopuses predators is the moray eel.
Blue ringed octopuses do have enough poison to kill a human.
The blue ringed octopus are quite small. They are 5 - 8 inches, or about the size of a golfball.
Blue Ringed Octopus are mainly found in tidal rock pools around Australia.
yes, stay away from them
It varies with the individual.
5 to 10 cm
Octopuses are mollusks.
A moray eel eats blues
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.
Blue Ringed Octopuses prefure to be in warm Tropical waters/reefs for eg.... the great barrier reef hope that my answer will help you
The toxic is not really that serious enough to kill a whale, but blue ringed octopuses have plenty of venom to kill a human.
Blue ringed octopuses have enough poison to wound a great white shark, but not necessarily kill it.
blue ringed octopus i think........lol i dont no about octopuseessss
Blue ringed octopuses often sleep in empty bottles, under stones, and even in coral caves. They sleep in burrows as well.
because they use it for prey and preditors to warn them that the blue ringed octopus feels threatened...and they also use it because they use it to breathe
Some are, some aren't. Example of venomous is Australian blue ringed octopus.
most octopuses arent poisonous, but some like the blue-ringed octopus are deadly.
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When they bite you, they inject a powerful poison in you that can sting you badly.