There is around 300 different species of the octopus. They live in all the warm ocean waters around the world. They have round bulbous heads, eight arms, bulgy eyes and a hard beak at the center point of their body. The closest relation to the octopus is the squid. Strangely enough the octopus is considered the “monster of the deep.” Perhaps because of its scary portrayal on television and movies; however, the octopus spends most of its time living a solitary life along the bottom of the ocean.
All octopus are venomous, but only the Blue-Ringed group are deadly to humans. The octopus is also highly intelligent. Studies show that the octopus has both short and long-term memory capabilities.
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