Most octopuses can survive easily for about a half an hour outside of water. Some have been known to survive up to an hour
They adapt by their tentacles because they have gills that help them survive under water.
No ... cows can't survive underwater, and the octopus can't graze on land ...
Sharp eyes, suckers, and big lungs
other octopuses kill octopuses!!!! :-D
None. All Octopuses eventually die in adulthood Another answer If the question was "how many octopuses survive until adulthood," there's a different answer. Under normal circumstances, any species produces just enough young to sustain the species, so each adult female octopus (most of which produce only one brood in their lifetimes) must produce two young that survive until adulthood. Out of a typical clutch of about 200,000 eggs, about 199,998 will die before reaching adulthood.
Octopuses are predators.
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
people and other octopuses
no!!They do not even have octopuses in sea world!!: )
no seals eat octopuses
what does an octopuses ink do to its predator
the octopuses real name is octopus.
do octopuses go to sleep? Perhaps!
Octopuses do have ears on the side of their heads.
A group of octopuses is called octopi.
octopuses need poo and pee
octopuses do not attack its just the matter of how you handle them
Octopuses have copper and magnesium in their blood.
Sperm Whales eat octopuses
octopuses eat clams that is there favorite food
No, octopuses are invertabrates. They are in Kingdom Anamalia and Phylum Molusk.