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Octopuses are characterized by their eight arms, usually bearing suction cups. Octopuses live in many places in the ocean, especially in coral reefs. There are many different types of octopuses, but they all have eight arms.
They eat mostly fish and small crabs. Some species of octopuses also eat other octopuses. The octopus is also called the devil fish. It has a special ink pouch that it uses to darken the water when it feels like it is in danger.

Many biologists think they are the most intelligent of the invertebrate animals. Most octopuses have only soft body with no skeleton. Because of this, it is very easy for an octopus to squeeze through very narrow openings between rocks. An octopus has three hearts. The octopus is capable of squeezing through a hole as big as his eye, this gives an idea about how flexible and slippery this animal can be.
Octopuses have a short life span, and some species live for as little as six months.
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Question 1
How many arms does an octopus have?
A. fiveB. eight
C. fourD. two
Question 2
What do octopuses have in their eight arms?
A. heartsB. beaks
C. gillsD. suction cups
Question 3
Where do octopuses live?
A. in cavesB. on the beach
C. in coral reefsD. in the river
Question 4
What do octopuses eat?
A. fish and small crabsB. plant leaves
C. sand and rocksD. bread and butter
Question 5
Which of the following facts about octopuses is NOT true?
A. Some species of octopuses also eat other octopuses.B. All the species of Octopuses have eight arms.
C. most octopuses have only soft body with no skeleton.D. Some species of Octopuses have more than eight arms.
Question 6
What do many biologists think of octopuses?
A. they are the most powerful of the invertebrate animalsB. that they are the most intelligent of the invertebrate animals
C. they are the heaviest of the invertebrate animalsD. they are the most dangerous of the invertebrate animals
Question 7
How many bones does an octopus have?
A. 206B. 8
C. noneD. 12
Question 8
Why is it very easy for an octopus to squeeze through very narrow openings between rocks?
A. because they have a soft body with no skeletonB. because they have a soft body with only eight bones
C. because they are large in sizeD. because they are smart
Question 9
How many hearts do octopuses have?
A. twoB. one
C. threeD. eight
Question 10
An octopus is also called the ____________.
A. angel fishB. smart fish
C. ink pouch fishD. devil fish
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