same as most animals, food
They use energy to ink octopus
An octopus uses energy to move and catch prey.
Of course - all living beings use energy.
By cruising around in the water looking for more food (energy).
They get there energy from eating their prey just like us humna we get it from eating and drinking and sleeping.
Living they can move, think, eat, use energy, and reproduce
It uses its legs and starts scratching it until the blue ringed octopus has no energy left. If the blue ringed octopus tries to poison it, it does nothing because the mantis shrimp has hard armor protecting it.
Yes, a common octopus is a type of octopus
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by propulsion. the propel themselves through the water if you ride the Kraken you'd know.
No, octopus is singular for octopus.
octopus= one octopus. octopi= more than one octopus
Octopus Meze and Octopus Salad are some of the good octopus recipes.
The Octopus Vase was decorated with an octopus because the Minoans believed that the octopus was a creature with great powers and the praised the octopus like a god #MEHMET AYDIN
The scientific name for octopus is Octopus vulgaris.
An octopus is a unique shape. There is no shape that defines an octopus.
An octopus is an invertebrate which means it has no backbone. No an octopus has no bones
BLUE RINGED OCTOPUS GIANT PACIFIC OCTOPUS PACIFIC RED OCTOPUS and many more
It can if the octopus was lying in the tidepool and the bird approached the octopus. It depends how big is the octopus also.
No small types of octopuses can kill you except the blue ringed octopus. A large octopus such as the giant octopus and the day octopus can kill a human.
A dumbo octopus (an octopus of the genus Grimpoteuthis) has earlike fins sticking out of its body, but a regular octopus does not. The dumbo octopus also has webbing between its tentacles.
Baby octopus or octopi do not have a special name. They are just called baby octopus or octopus hatchlings.
The smallest octopus is the Octopus Wolfi, which is 45 millimeters as an adult.
where does a octopus live
No, octopus are invertebrates