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Octopus' age no longer a mystery
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[SIZE=-1]Researchers from Spain and Chile have succeeded in determining the age of common octopus (Octopus vulgaris) specimens captured off the coasts of Galicia and ...[/SIZE]
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Well, interesting. It does not help the hobbiest age an octo but it was intresting to find there was still a vestige of a shell since I thought it was established otherwise.
 

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That makes more sense (that some do and some don't) from other things that I have read. So now I don't know why this is news at all.
 

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Maybe it's news because of the species? Or because they've pinned down exactly how accurate it is.
 

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