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An octopus has no skeleton, but they do have a hard beak. They are known for their long tentacles and ability to squirt ink.

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How many hearts does an octopus have?

Octopuses have three hearts. Two branchial hearts pump blood through each of the two gills, while the third pumps blood through the body.

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Is an octopus a shellfish?

They have no shell but yes they are technically shellfish. If you have a shellfish allergy you can't eat octopus.

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What is the name for a baby octopus?

Baby octopus or octopi do not have a special name. They are just called baby octopus or octopus hatchlings.

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What are the octopus's structural adaptations?

An octopus has eight "arms" or tentacles to grasp things, a hard beak to crunch food with, a soft body to hide in tiny cracks, and a jet propulsion system to swim with.

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What type of animal is a blue ringed octopus?

Octopus are mollusks.

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Is a blue ringed octopus a mollusk?

yes it is some other molluscs' are snails, slugs and squids

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How big is an blue ringed octopus?

Generally about the size of an average man's testicle. They are usually yellowish brown in colour and the blue rings flare up when they're disturbed or upset. They make quite a beautuful sight when this happens.

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How are an octopus and a chameleon alike?

both creatures are animals, and they both camouflauge.

Here are some other ways an octopus and a chameleon are alike:

  • Both are alive
  • Both need oxygen to stay alive
  • Both are hunters
  • Both reproduce sexually
  • Both have very good eyesight
  • Both have at least four limbs
  • Both have a bumpy-looking skin
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Why does an octapus have tentacles?

Well, the octopus had ink glands like the squid, and if it had fins then not only would it look ridiculous, they couldn't get away from predators. Also, on a octopuses tentacles, there are suction cups. They can't get them on fins, and they work as hands.

I think octopuses and tenctacles get along, not fins. Don't you?

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Why are Octopus the smartest invertebrate?

Because their can use tools and learn to open jars also some squids may play and talk to each other by flashing colors.

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What eats coral reef octopus?

Octopus are preyed upon by sharks, stingrays and other large, predatory fish.

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When does an octopus spray purple ink?

when it is threatened

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Is an octopus cold blooded or warm blooded?

Octopus, as with most current invertebrates, are exothermic or cold-blooded.

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Are octopuses asexual?

No. The male places a sperm packet ( spematophore ) under the mantel of the female. She uses this to fertilize all her eggs.

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What is the octopus' Scientific name?

Name of common octopus is Octopus vulgaris .see link below .

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How shooting ink helps an octopus to escape from predators?

Well when in danger, the octopus shoots ink so its predator cant see anything so it has a chance to flee.

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How large are most octopuses?

Adults weigh up to 15 kg (35 lb) One of the largest are 71 kg (156.5 lb) but the largest in the world is 272 kg (600 lb).

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What do octopuses eat?

Octopuses eat crabs, crayfish, small fish, snails and molluscs.

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Why octopus is so called?

8 "legs"

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Where do octopus's live?

They live in deep oceans, around warmer waters, in the pacific. Some octopus have been know to live in shallower waters. Most of them live in salt water, but some have been known to live in fresh water.

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Does the octopus reproduce internally or externally?

The felmale has a sperm places in her and the she lays her eggs on top of her den.

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What does the octopus symbolize in polynesian tattoo?

To grasp, or seek more knowledge

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