An octopus is a cephalopod mollusk with a soft body, eight arms and suction cups on each arm, a beak for biting and tearing the prey
the ability to change color for camouflage and communication.
An octopus is a sea creature known for its distinctive eight arms, quick intelligence and ability to change color for camouflage and communication.
They belong to the cephalopod family and are considered to be among the most intelligent and behaviorally complex of all invertebrates.
Octopuses are found in oceans all over the world and feed on a variety of prey including crustaceans and small fish.
They use their suction cups and beak to capture and hold their food, and their highly developed nervous system allows them to exhibit sophisticated problem-solving and defensive behaviors.
The appearance of an octopus can vary depending on the species, but in general, they have a soft, bulbous body and eight long, flexible arms.
Octopuses typically have two rows of suckers on each arm, which they use to grip and manipulate objects, including their prey.
The beak, which is located at the center of the arms, is used for biting and tearing food. Octopuses can change color and texture rapidly
using specialized cells called chromatophores, for camouflage, communication, and self-defense