[News] Video: The secret to the <b>octopus&#39;s</b> crawl

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    As much as we struggle to avoid tripping on cracks in the sidewalk while fumbling with our smart phones, life would seem to be twice as difficult for the ...

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    A new study has found that an octopus does not require signals from brain to perform every task or movement, as its arms help it in changing direction.

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    @nytimes Three About Those Octopus Arms: 1. Flexible. 2. Independent. 3. Can make one scream. = Best further away- For this tweeter today.

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    octopus A study published by three Israeli scientists in the journal Current Biology now fully explains the dynamics behind how the sea octopus ...

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    Yet we are told that these animals (pl. octopuses), along with their fellow cephalopods the squid and cuttlefish, are descendants of clams and snails.

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    According to a new study, octopus moves without rhythm. The study stated that the creature moves with a simple elegance, but it doesn't have rhythm.

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    How the octopus controls 8 highly flexible and independent arms so well http://nyti.ms/1HyFU7K pic.twitter.com/3IFuStdqf4. 159 retweets 230 favorites.

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    Of course there's nothing ordinary about an octopus. It's the animal that showed us spinelessness doesn't have to mean a lack of smarts. But when ...

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