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Synonyms for octopus

tentacles of octopus prepared as food

bottom-living cephalopod having a soft oval body with eight long tentacles

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com/a-new-species-of-giant-octopus-has-been-hiding-in-plain-1821535243) interview with Earther , Scheel said: "I've been thinking: why would an octopus have a ledge coming off its body like that?
She said: We hope the octopus will be one of Indonesias main export products in the future.
Available for Apple OS X, Linux and Microsoft Windows operating systems, Octopus 8 gives newsroom staff the ability to ingest all incoming audio, video and still-image files, news agency wires, RSS feeds, emails, SMS messages and even faxes.
Available for Windows, OS X and Linux operating systems, Octopus can also be accessed via tablets and mobile phones.
Daniel Lockyer, neonatal services matron at Poole Hospital said, "When we heard about the difference a cuddly octopus can make to our tiny babies we were impressed and, after research, eager to introduce them to our little patients.
Octopus Ventures is part of the Octopus group, one of the UK's fastest growing investment management companies with more than GBP 5.
DUBOR(r) Octopus Arm over Conveyor Octopus arm over conveyer The Octopus system is modular and due to the fact that all nozzles can be switched separately, with an optional second arm, the machine covers all types of baking moulds in one's imagination.
She added: "I was with my boyfriend and I was looking at some jellyfish when he called my attention to the octopus.
He was fishing in Loch Sunart near his home on Sunday when he had his strange encounter with the octopus.
Over the past few years, the octOpus team has produced distinctive and creatively themed events.
The larger Pacific striped octopus hunts shrimp using a strategy worthy of a schoolyard prank.
Abstract--In 2011, octopuses in the Gulf of Alaska were removed from the "other species" group and are now managed by the North Pacific Fishery Management Council as a complex that includes all octopus species within this region.
Washington, July 31 ( ANI ): Scientists have observed a deep-sea octopus that brood its eggs for four and one half years-longer than any other known animal.
The octopus is the latest addition after the dinosaur skeleton and the crocodile.