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    Octopus Incubator Interpositions Within A Not-Good History

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    1. Samuzuru

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      - Octopus Incubator Interpositions Within A Not-Good History - recorded in Gainesville, Florida, May , with a Sony M microcassette recorder -- at Haile Plantation Homestead historical site, Ventura Apartments, and my job. homemade audio folk art by Hal McGee and friends
    2. Jular

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    3. Kagal

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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 characteristic of the octopus is.
    4. Dalkree

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      The octopus, squid, and cuttlefish are integrated into the coleoid sub-class of the molluscs. They have an evolutionary history that goes back over million years, a period long before plants moved onto land. These creatures inhabit nearly every single ocean at almost any depth.
    5. Kajiran

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    6. Magor

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      May 27,  · Octopus intelligence may be distributed over a network of neurons, a little bit like the internet More than half of an octopus's million nervous system cells are in their arms.
    7. Tygokasa

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      The octopus (plural octopuses) is a soft-bodied, eight-limbed mollusc of the order Octopoda (/ ɒ k ˈ t ɒ p ə d ə /, ok-TO-pə-də). Around species are recognised, and the.
    8. Akidal

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      Mar 17,  · It's true that coleoid cephalopods are exceptionally intelligent. There are countless riveting octopus escape artist stories out there, not to mention evidence of tool use, and that one eight-armed guy at a New Zealand aquarium who learned to photograph people. (Yes, really.) So it's certainly a compelling hypothesis that octopus smarts might come from their unconventionally high reliance on.

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