Octopus Facts – Surprising Facts about Octopus

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Facts About Octopus

Octopuses move with simple elegance, but they have no rhythm.

Female blanket octopus can be 40,000 times more massive than its male, the largest sex size discrepancy in the animal kingdom.

Octopuses have keen eyesight.

Ghost octopus is the deepest dwelling creature of its kind. It totally lacks pigment and has a jelly like consistency.

Octopuses live in oceans because of their need for salt water.

Octopuses cannot produce sound.

Octopuses are nearsighted and can’t see must after 8 feet.

Octopus can swim backwards.

Octopus can partly see with its skin.

Octopuses guard their homes aggressively.