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ulangariver

Marina, I think both you and I will have to be watchful when next we see an octopus move - I wasn't aware either that they tended to favour two "legs" whilst walking. ♥♥♥

MarinaNephele

Very interesting info about his arms. I never noticed his legs, though.. Thanks.

ulangariver

Sissel, with six arms, an octopus would be very handy in the kitchen! :-))) ♥♥♥

Sissel

No I did not Neville :-)))))

Lots of hugs here. Thank you Nev. 11=23=2020

One of many thoughts that came and went.

ulangariver

Donna, I certainly do know who posted it - and he's a really lovely fellow. It was ME, of course, and it was No.3 in this series, posted on 15th November.

Just ask me anything - I know it all!! :-))) ♥♥♥

dhi

Nev, do you recall who posted the other octopus puzzle?

ulangariver

Ank, from two puzzles on octopuses in this past week, we've learnt they have two legs, six arms, three hearts, and nine brains. Talk about "oddities"!! :-))) ♥♥♥

ulangariver

Linda, they are quite fascinating creatures. ♥♥♥

puzzeljac

Actually I always thought they had 8 arms, no legs at all. ☺ Again I learned something. ♥♥♥

tekchal2

Interesting Mother Nature wonderful!? TFS!

ulangariver

Jana, perhaps six hands might all get in the way of each other? ♥♥♥

ulangariver

Lia, this has been interesting series, and we have quite a lot more to go yet. ♥♥♥

Janazlouky

Two legs are enough for me and six hands would often be useful to me, Thanks Nev ☺☺☺

Lia

Thanks.
Good to be on Jigidi University!!

dhi

Very true, Nev, thanks.

ulangariver

Donna, it seems that we're all keen to learn here. ♥♥♥

dhi

Fascinating.

ulangariver

I've done a little research for you on this phenomena, as I guessed that Jigidi folk might want to know the difference.
Wikipedia reports:- "Generally, arms have suckers along most of their length, as opposed to tentacles, which have suckers only near their ends."
And from www.reuters.com:- "One can assume that the front six tentacles have the function of arms, and that the back two take over the function of legs,” said Sea Life biologist Oliver Walenciak.
Thanks for your interesting comments:-
Ianto, Ella, Robbie, Dave, Jaklien, Ardy, JacquiB12, Vips, RocketFan (clever!), Linda, and greatoma. ♥♥♥ (for the ladies)

Always love getting true information, thanks, very interesting

tekchal2

What's the difference between the legs and arms? I'm assuming two are longer.

The legs have shoes...

olando

That's new to me

How can you tell the difference?

ringleader

I have vague memories of having read that before but if you ahd asked me I would not have remembered. Thanks, Nev.

Jaklien

Never heard of it, until now. Thanks, mate ♥

djp

Of course, that is so they can get up and dance!

porgy

Thanks for more interesting info Nev!

lyella

Very interesting for me. I thought they have only arms. Thank you a lot and have a beautiful weekend, Ella

Now we do.

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