The octopus inhabits the water along several coastal regions in temperate, subtropical and tropical areas, including alongside the western coast of Africa, the Gulf of Mexico and India. The creature is part of the mollus... More »

Ammonites are cephalopod mollusks that went extinct over 65 million years ago, according to Dinosaur Jungle. Ammonites are known for their spiral shells, but some had non-spiral shells. During medieval times, ammonite fo... More »

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An octopus has three hearts, with only one of them circulating blood through its body, while the other two hearts serve only to pump blood through the gills. Microscopic animals called tardigrades can survive temperature... More »

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Bluebell, Alabama, is a fictional town located on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico and is the setting for the TV show "Hart of Dixie." It is depicted in the series as a small town with lots of Southern hospitality. Rachel... More »

The nine subspecies of leopards are native to different regions of Africa, Asia, the Middle East and India. Their geographical range includes countries in Africa, such as Gabon and Kenya. Leopards can also live in region... More »

Some enemies of the octopus include eels, sharks, halibut, ling cod and dolphins. The octopus uses camouflage to protect itself from predators, which allows it to hide in plain sight. It also releases a cloud of black sm... More »

Though it breathes through gills, the octopus is not a fish but a cephalopod marine mollusk. Also, unlike a fish, an octopus is an invertebrate, which means it doesn't have a backbone. It also has three hearts. More »