The soft intelligence

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The octopus was called by Jacques Cousteau “the soft intelligence”, the smartest of invertebrates, and a genius at disguise.

5 things to know about this his mobile magician:

  • It uses jet propulsion to swim, expelling water through its siphon.
  • It can hunt using its body as a tent.
  • Its tentacles grab prey underneath for a venomous bite from its beaked mouth.
  • It can flash warnings, or use camouflage to simply disappear by changing color and texture.
  • Without any bones, it can squeeze into anywhere and just disappear.

Scuba-love & jet-propulsion !

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