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Reef octopus
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The common reef octopus has two gills and a reduced inner shell protected by a thick fold of skin. Its mouth is equipped with a strong beak similar to that of the parrot and is surrounded by eight long, muscular appendages, the tentacles, used for locomotion and prehension. The suckers of their internal face allow fixation and suction.
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