Cephalopods, like the octopus
, evolved multiple concentrations of neurons called ganglia, arranged in a distributed network throughout the body.
For all its complex characteristics, the octopus
has only three parts the head, mantle and arms.
has suckerlike discs that they can use to ensnare prey.
People will not "pay more" for wild-caught octopuses, and rather than being "increasingly scarce," octopus
populations are increasing; it is only a few local populations that are "in decline." Capture of wild octopuses is not always carried out ethically, either.
Meanwhile, the EU, the third largest export market for squid and octopus
, accounting for 12.4 per cent of the total, had a drop of 21.7 per cent year-on-year in export value to $83 million.
"After a fun paddle around the peninsula catching waves we spotted a giant male seal fighting an octopus
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ENCO's MOS-enabled ActiveX plugin enables journalists and news producers to access ENCO asset libraries directly within the Octopus
software can then trigger the ENCO system via the MOSprotocol to play out the assets.
who had predicted all three of Japan's group stage results at the World Cup has been turned into seafood.
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The main octopus
fishery worldwide is based on the catches of Octopus
vulgaris (Cuvier, 1797) (Jereb et al.