Common cuttlefish Sepia officinalis This is a cephalopod mollusc related to octopus and squid It has eight arms and two tentacles The tentacles not seen are shot out to capture prey usually crustaceans small fish other molluscs and sometimes other cuttlefish It may reach a length of around centimetres excluding the arms but usually it is around half this size This cuttlefish inhabits coastal waters in the north eastern Atlantic Ocean including the Mediterranean Sea The cuttlefish can change their skin colour rapidly which they use for camouflage and communication Photographed off Levant Island in the French Mediterranean
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