The only biological answer is that both have a small internal support. in squids this is thin uncalcified material and is known as a pen. in cuttlefish it it a hard bony plate. people will also say things like that cuttlefish are broader, or have eyes towards the front of their head but there are so many variations between species of cephalopods that this is not reliable. hope this helps.
A cuttlefish is related to the squid, a dogfish is related to the shark, they are NOTHING alike.
cuttlefish are slower then a squid but still fast
a cuttlefish is a mollusca that looks like a tiny squid
From cuttlefish (squid)
No. Octopi and cuttlefish are related, but they are not the same. Both belong to a class of marine invertebrates cephalopods, which also includes squid. One key difference is that squid and cuttlefish each have eight arms plus two tentacles while an octopus simply has eight arms.
Yes, they are. They are often not just cuttlefish, but also include dried squid.
Yes. Cuttlefish are cephalopods alongside octopi, squid, and the painted nautaulis.
The Japanese word for cuttlefish is Ika also used forsquid.
The squid and the cuttlefish.
I think the difference is that cuttlefish has less legs than an octopus. =) =ㅇ =D!An octopus also has no shell, while cuttlefish have an internal shell
Not generall. All cuttlefish are cephalopods, but not all cephalopods are cuttlefish. Cephalopods also include octopi, squid, and nautili.
the octopus, squid, nautilus & cuttlefish
Species of squid which are most commonly eaten include:cuttlefishSparkling Enope (firefly) squidspear squid
Yes. Cuttlefish are marine invertebrates related to squid. see the link below for the Wikipedia article.
octopuses has no outer or inner shellwhereas both squid and cuttlefish has one
Snails, clams,squid, cuttlefish, octopi
They are all classified as cephalopods.
Octopus Squid Cuttlefish Snail Clam
An octopus or a cuttlefish.
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.
it sort of looks like a squid but a lot smaller. You can look it up on www.google.com then just type in cuttlefish
The animal group that a squid belongs to is the cephalopod genus. Cuttlefish are also cephalopods.
They are slower than a squid, but they are still fast.
Yes. It eats crabs, squid, cuttlefish, ect.
A beluga eats squid, cuttlefish and arctic fish.