Is An Octopus A Mammal

Is An Octopus A Mammal

Is the octopus an amphibian, a reptile, a fish or a mammal? 3

Is the octopus an amphibian, a reptile, a fish or a mammal?

None of them, they are all knot locks. Octopuses are invertebrates belonging to the phylum Mollusca and Cl Cephalopoda.

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Is the octopus an amphibian, a reptile, a fish or a mammal?

Is the octopus an amphibian, a reptile, a fish or a mammal?

The octopus is a fish

Octopus classification

None of the five. The octopus is a type of mollusk. The group you entered is a separate key for vertebrates, the inverted octopus (not the backbone). The octopus belongs to the octopus, octopus and nautilus, and farther away belongs to the shellfish, oyster, snail and nodule branch. They are also molluscs.

Is An Octopus A Mammal

Is An Octopus A Mammal

It's the other way around, but it can be like amphibians in land and water.

The octopus is actually a fish. Many species fall into different categories. An octopus is one that is clicked more than once. Prof. Ivan Belkov, m.d., b.s., Ph.d.

Is An Octopus A Mammal

Is An Octopus A Mammal

All octopuses belong to the mollusk family.

Is An Octopus A Mammal