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Octopus. By Daniel L. Animal family. Octopuses move from place to place. Why? It’s because if they stay in one place their predators will eat them in one bite!. Habitat. An octopuses’ habitat is an underwater cave.

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Octopus

Octopus

By

Daniel L.


Animal family
Animal family

  • Octopuses move from place to place.

  • Why? It’s because if they stay in one place their predators will eat them in one bite!


Habitat
Habitat

  • An octopuses’ habitat is an underwater cave.

  • Any octopus would hide there because they have camouflage that helps them hide in the dark.


Diet

  • The octopuses’ diet is a plant that isn’t spikey at all.

  • The only part it doesn’t eat is the pearl.

  • They only eats 5-10 times each day!


Family life
Family Life

  • An octopus isn't a mammal because it doesn't give milk like mammals do.

  • Octopuses lay eggsnot like humans do.


Predators prey
Predators/Prey

  • A octopus does have a prey. Its prey is a clam.

  • The octopus does have a predator.

  • Its predator is a shark!


Bibliography
Bibliography

  • wild krattsin pbs kids org or pbs kids at 4 pm.

  • http://pics4learning.com.

  • http://www.junglewalk.com/photos/Octopus-pictures.htm

  • http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids


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