It’s hard for the octopus to pick just one party trick. It swims via jet propulsion, shoots inky chemicals at its foes, and can change its skin within seconds to blend in with its surroundings. A team of University of Oregon researchers is investigating yet another distinctive feature of this eight-armed marine animal: its outstanding […]

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