This Is Why Cephalopods May Be the Smartest Hunters in the Sea
by Owen James Burke
The Monterey Bay Aquarium has a new tentacles exhibit
Squid and cuttlefishes change colors to either attract or confuse their prey before they launch their two tentacles to grab hold, while octopuses use camouflage, jet-propulsion and their eight arms to surprise-ambush their unwitting victims.
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