Something strange is happening to the oceans. As coral reefs wither and fisheries collapse, octopuses are multiplying like mad. As soon as they perceive weakness, they will amass an army and invade the land, too. Who will 'They" Vote For ?
Poison Ocellate octopus (Octopus mototi) photo by Natalie Bondarenko. Body grows up to 10 cm with arms to 25 cm. A solitary octopus that likes to hide in crevasses or empty containers (tossed into sea). Orange coloration when resting or not threatened.
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When they unfold and get out in the open, they are formidable animals indeed: (a diver gets acquainted with one old and wise specimen in the Japan Sea, Primorie, Russia - a Giant Pacific Octopus Doflein).
Fish farms now produce million tons of fish each year around the globe. But octopuses have largely escaped this kind of confined aquaculturing, despite a growing global demand and overfishing. That’s the million-ton question.
Cuttlefish are marine animals of the order Sepiida. They belong to the class Cephalopoda, which also includes squid, octopi and nautiluses. 'Cuttle' is a reference to their unique internal shell, the cuttlebone