There are approximately 300 different octopuses in the world today including the greater blue-ringed octopus and the common octopus. Scientists are finding more and more that studies show octopuses as sentient beings. More »

Predators of the blue-ringed octopus include gropers, moray eels, sharks and snappers. At just 5 to 7 inches in size, the species is an easy target for these larger fish that share its territory. More »

According to thefw, the five deadliest cute animals are the puffer fish, slow loris, blue-ringed octopus, poison dart frog and duck-billed platypus. Each of these animals can appear as cute and cuddly, but can kill human... More »

Some different types of molluscs include octopuses, squid, snails and cuttlefish. Clams, oysters, mussels, sea hares, limpets, nudibranchs and scallops are also examples of molluscs. There are approximately 100,000 thriv... More »

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The website What Eats states that numerous predators eat shrimp, including fish, birds, flamingos, insects, insect larvae, squid, octopuses and humans. Most shrimps are tiny, and they have a large number of natural enemi... More »

Examples of cephalopods include octopuses, nautiluses, squid, spirulas and cuttlefish. Cephalopods are found in all of Earth's oceans, either on the seabed or in open water. More »

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The three types of economic systems used in the world today are the market economy, planned economy and a mixed economy. Each has its own benefits and disadvantages. More »