Pacific Octopuses

Pacific Octopuses


The Giant Pacific Octopus can squeeze its entire body through a hole the size of its beak.


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Aside from its beak and braincase, an octopus is entirely squishy, meaning that a 100-pound giant Pacific octopus can squeeze through a hole about the size of a cherry tomato.

They can also undo latches, untie knots, and open locks, making them extremely difficult to keep in captivity.


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