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  • Octopus - Wikipedia

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    The octopus (/ ˈ ɒ k t ə p ə s / or ~ / p ʊ s /) is a soft-bodied, eight-armed mollusc of the order Octopoda. Around 300 species are recognised and the order is ...

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  • 10 Fascinating Octopus Facts - ThoughtCo

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    With their 8 tentacles and bigger-than-average brains, octopuses are among the world's most fascinating creatures. Here are 10 essential octopus facts.

  • Octopus - National Geographic Kids

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    Octopuses are sea animals famous for their rounded bodies, bulging eyes, and eight long arms. They live in all the world’s oceans but are especially abundant in ...

  • Common Octopus | National Geographic

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    The common octopus would be unique for its appearance alone, with its massive bulbous head, large eyes, and eight distinctive arms. But by far the most striking ...

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  • Octopus - definition of octopus by The Free Dictionary

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    1. (Animals) any cephalopod mollusc of the genera Octopus, Eledone, etc, having a soft oval body with eight long suckered tentacles and occurring at the sea bottom ...

  • Octopus - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Octopus is a genus of cephalopod mollusc in the order Octopoda. The genus is quite typical of most octopods. They have two eyes and four pairs of arms with suckers.

  • Octopus | Definition of Octopus by Merriam-Webster

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    Pilot whales primarily eat squid but are also known to hunt octopus, cuttlefish and small fish when squid prove elusive, the American Cetacean Society said.

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