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214. One such species is the , in which courtship is accompanied, especially in the male, by changes in skin texture and colour. A battle with an octopus appears in 's book , inspiring other works such as 's. The dorsal side of the disc grows upwards and forms the embryo, with a shell gland on its dorsal surface, gills, mantle and eyes. This is a squid tentacle crown of a Acanthoteutis speciosa. Such severed arms remain sensitive to stimuli and move away from unpleasant sensations. The are legendary sea monsters of giant proportions said to dwell off the coasts of Norway and Greenland, usually portrayed in art as giant octopuses attacking ships. 2008. 169 2 : 191—202. Contents• ; Finn, J.
com. They regulate the species composition of the hunting group - and the behavior of their partners - by punching them. ; Stubbs, Christopher W. Strategies to defend themselves against predators include the expulsion of , the use of and , the ability to jet quickly through the water and hide, and even deceit. ; Yekutieli, Y. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science. Young octopuses learn nothing from their parents, as adults provide no beyond tending to their eggs until the young octopuses hatch. Octopus , a hatchling Most young octopuses hatch as and are for weeks to months, depending on the species and water temperature. No species are known to live in fresh water. They have neutral buoyancy and drift through the water with the fins extended.
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- The only correct plural in English is octopuses
- states that the only acceptable plural in English is "octopuses", that "octopi" is misconceived, and "octopodes" ; the last is nonetheless used frequently enough to be acknowledged by the Merriam-Webster 11th Collegiate Dictionary and Webster's New World College Dictionary
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- Marine and Freshwater Research