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Printing and Framing Octopus Prints (Artwork) for Your Home or Office
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Young octopus name: larva
A group of octopuss is called: consortium
Octopus class: Invertebrate
The octopus (pronounced /ktps/, from Greek (oktapous), eight-footed
There are around 300 recognized octopus species which is over one-third of the total number of known cephalopod species.
Octopuses are characterized by their eight arms (as distinct from the tentacles found in squid and cuttlefish), usually bearing suction cups. These arms are a type of muscular hydrostat. Unlike most other cephalopods, the majority of octopuses those in the suborder most commonly known, Incirrina have almost entirely soft bodies with no internal skeleton. They have neither a protective outer shell like the nautilus, nor any vestige of an internal shell or bones, like cuttlefish or squid. A beak, similar in shape to a parrot's beak, is the only hard part of their body. This enables them to squeeze through very narrow slits between underwater rocks, which is very helpful when they are fleeing from morays or other predatory fish. The octopuses in the less familiar Cirrina suborder have two fins and an internal shell, generally reducing their ability to squeeze into small spaces.
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