Suckers on tentacles of Octopus Vulgaris, 20th century. A mollusc and the most studied of all octopus species. The octopus will eat almost anything it can catch. It is able to change colour to blend in with its surroundings. It jumps upon any prey that strays across its path. The prey is paralyzed by a nerve poison, the octopus is able to grasp its prey using its powerful arms with two rows of suckers.
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