Common cuttlefish Closeup of the eye of a common or European cuttlefish Sepia officinalis Large specimens up to cm with arms of cm have been reported from the Atlantic and Mediterranean It lies buried in the sand during the day and swims hunts at night They have eight normal arms These are supplemented by a pair of long retractile tentacles that can be tucked away in a pouch under the eyes Containing suckers at the clubbed ends this pair is used with great precision to snatch and carry prey to the mouth They feed on crayfish and crabs Cuttlefish escape from their predators behind a cloud of ink known to man as sepia the painters ink
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