Squid

Squid

Squid are cephalopods of the Teuthida order, which comprises of around 304 species. They are known to have a distinct head, a mantle, arms and bilateral symmetry. They have eight arms which are arranged in pairs of two with long tentacles Squids are known to be members of the class Cephalopoda, subclass Coleoidea, and order Teuthida. They comprise of a large variety

Cuttlefish

Cuttlefish

Cuttlefish – King of camouflage The cuttlefish is a small medium across the ocean waters of the universe. In the same way as their octopus and squid relatives, it can have wide, elongated both with tentacles surrounding their mouths. These are marine animals of the order Sepiida that comes under the family cephalopoda. Therefore, their

Octopus

Octopus

The Octopus which is a cephalopod mollusk of the Octopoda genre is one of the biggest animals found in seas and oceans. They are known to be among the most intelligent and have miscellaneous behaviors compared to all other invertebrates An Octopus can save themselves from their enemies by various strategies, including camouflage and expelling

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Gorilla Habitat Facts

Gorilla Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla) belongs to the Pongidae family. The largest and strongest animal of the monkeys team (Primates) living in the vast equatorial forests of Africa. Gorillas are a mammal that lives as an animal with the biggest backbone. The biggest primate of the world are gorillas living in Congo forests, also known as

Flamingo Colors Facts

Flamingo Flamingo is the common name of the six bird species of the phoenicopteridae family that formed the genus phoenicopterus. It consists of one genus and its six subspecies. Another feature of this species is that they are called Cuba because they can reproduce in itself and with other species. It has long thin legs,