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Self-defense of the common reef octopus
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In case of threat, the common reef octopus throws water through the two siphons located on either side of its head. They contract and allow it to propel itself at high speed. It simultaneously releases a cloud of black ink that conceals it from its pursuers and also has a great camouflage ability.
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