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Why is it so little known about octopuses?
Question Date: 2013-02-24
Answer 1:

I´m not quite sure what you mean. Quite a bit is known about octopus behavior, biology, and life history. They´ve been observed and documented since ancient times -- there are even carvings of octopus dating to the Bronze age. Could you tell me more about what you want to know about octopus?

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