Octopuses : three hearts, nine brains, and blue blooded

Octopuses : three hearts, nine brains, and blue blooded

Octopuses : three hearts, nine brains, and blue blooded
  

Octopuses : three hearts, nine brains, and blue blooded


Octopuses are soft-bodied ocean creatures that are most famous for having eight limbs and bulb like heads.which belongs to the phylum mollusc of the order Octopoda . Another interesting fact is that it has three hearts and blue blooded ; they sprays ink like fluid to deter predators,off the three hearts Two  hearts work exclusively to move blood beyond its gillsand the third one keeps blood circulation flowing from the organs. During swimming, the heart stops beating, that seems to be the for why these creatures normally  prefer to crawl rather than swim.
             
Octopuses : three hearts, nine brains, and blue blooded
Octopuses : three hearts, nine brains, and blue blooded
The octopus also have nine brains .There’s one main brain where all  decision making and the analysis takes place and other eight ancillary brains are placed  at the base of every arm that function as processor for all the information obtained by Specified arm. more than half of an octopus neurons reside on its arms, each brain  can independently figure out how to rteact for a shellfish or other circumstances even though the main brain is busy doing some other things


we all know that Our blood is red due to the fact that presence  hemoglobin to transportation of  oxygen to various cells.How ever octopuses use the copper based cyanoglobin to  performs the same function,but with less efficiency and So this makes octopuses have less stamina that we might expect.

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