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Mumbai :: India | 2 months ago

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An octopus's arm is covered with hundreds of suckers that give it a strong tendency to attach to everything it encounters but the octopus's arms. A team of researchers has shown that chemical signals from the skin of octopus protect its arms from

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 2 months ago

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That is because a chemical produced by octopus skin temporarily prevents their suckers from sucking, discovered researchers at Hebrew University of Jerusalem. "We were surprised that nobody before us had noticed this very robust and easy-to-detect

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 2 months ago

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Frank Grasso "We thought about it and we said, 'How is it possible that the arms don't grab each other?' " says Guy Levy , who did some recent experiments to explore this question with his colleague Nir Nesher at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in

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London :: United Kingdom | 2 months ago

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An octopus's eight arms are covered with hundreds of suckers that will stick to just about anything, except themselves. The study has demonstrated how the skin of the octopus prevents the creatures from tying themselves in

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 4 months ago

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When it's fully grown, this Caribbean pygmy octopus will be just the size of a silver dollar...The Aquarium at Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, Florida, acquired a female Caribbean pygmy octopus ( O. mercatoris ) that had come in from the wild. At

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Carmel :: IN :: USA | 5 months ago

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Not all is as it seems under the sea as two divers found out during a recent trip off the coast of California. Warren Murray and David Malvestuto thought they were filming a rock but when it suddenly sprouted arms and latched onto the camera, they

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Mexico City :: Mexico | 6 months ago

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Fairfax NZ Ozy the precocious'' octopus is a record-breaker after being possibly the first of his species to open a jar in under 60 seconds. It was clear "responsive and precocious" octopus Ozy would be up to the task. Ozy the octopus is a record-

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Seattle :: WA :: USA | 9 months ago

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The Food & Drink Issue The Octopus That Almost Ate Seattle Kyle Johnson for The New York Times Chef Matthew Dillon preparing his bycatch octopus salad at Bar Sajor. Published: October 16, 2013 In the months leading up to the hunt, Dylan Mayer trained

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Washington :: DC :: USA | 11 months ago

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Trypophobia may hard to find textbooks and diagnostic manuals, but a brief Web search will show that plenty of people appear to have it. There's even a website trypophbia.com that explains the problem like this: "Have you ever felt anxious when you

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New York :: NY :: USA | 11 months ago

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How to play with an intelligent octopus 15 August 2013 Last updated at 05:57 ET Octopuses are believed to be very intelligent, mimicking other species in the wild and solving complex problems. It has only been within the last three decades that

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