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" Welcome to The Cephalopod Page - The Cephalopod Page is the personal web page of Dr. James B. Wood and has been online since 1995. James is an Assistant Research Scientist at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences. Questions and suggestions are always welcome( Email Dr. Wood ) but please browse the website and read the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) first. ..."
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The Lusca
The Lusca is a creature that the people of the Bahamas have seen for years. It matches the description of a giant octopus. Is that possible
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Science News Online
Octopus suckers glow in the deep, dark sea By S. Milius
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Royal BC Museum
Royal British Columbia Museum GIANT PACIFIC OCTOPUS -INTRODUCTION -Also in this section-Octopus reproduction-Jim Cosgrove's Octopus Adventures
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The Octopus Show
Educational and even a Video available A creature of the ocean deep takes center stage when NATURE presents THE OCTOPUS SHOW.
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Octopus Fishery
Octopus Fishery - Pacific Region by Fisheries and Oceans Canada
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Giant Pacific Octopus
Giant Pacific Octopus (Octopus dofleini)Factoid The giant Pacific octopus is an intelligent creature. In laboratory tests and aquariums, it has been able to solve mazes very quickly, unscrew jar lids to retrieve food inside the jar, and even mimic another octopus in a different tank.
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Giant Pacific Octopus
Giant Pacific octopus ( Enteroctopus dofleini )National Aquarium of Baltimore
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University Of Aberdeen
Taxonomic revision of the deep-sea octopods of the NE Atlantic Department of Zoology Ocean Research Laboratory, University of Aberdeen, Scotland. The deep sea octopods are a poorly known group,with much confusion surrounding the taxonomy, particularly of the cirrate octopuses. The aim of a NERC funded project is to describe the deep-sea octopod fauna from the NE Atlantic and investigate aspects of their ecology
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Octopus Feeding Video
At an aquarium an octupus is caught on video eating a shark"
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The Colossal Octopus
The Colossal Octopus Known varieties of octopus range in size from a circumference of a few inches to as large as 23 feet. There is some evidence that, deep in the sea, there lives an unknown species of octopus that can grow to over a hundred feet across and weigh 10 tons
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Ocean Watch
Article On bites and venom Ocean Watch by Susan Scott 1996. Octopuses have often been portrayed as evil and angry animals over the years, when in reality they are quite gentle and usually harmless. However, if bothered, they will use their beak (as this article points out). And as always, be wary of the blue-ringed octopus in Australia.
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Giant Octopus Battles Shark - National Geographic video
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Giant Octopus Web Page
Giant Octopus Web Page by David Scheel Welcome to The Giant Octopus site, devoted to the Giant Octopus in Alaska, where since 1995 I have been studying the ecology of this animal.
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Octopus Sp.-Australia
Octopus sp. from the Queensland coast, Yule Point (north of Cairns)
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Octopus
Octopus From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.... The octopus is a cephalopod of the order Octopoda that inhabits many diverse regions of the ocean, especially coral reefs. The term may also refer to only those creatures in the genus Octopus. In the larger sense, there are 289 different octopus species, which is over one-third the total number of cephalopod species.
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