Scientists have known for some time that octopuses make use of shells and other objects they find to hide from predators.
Octopuses have a complex genome that is nearly the size of the human genome.
Even when an octopus is technically dead, its arms can still fight.
Scientists are using soft materials such as rubber and liquids to build new robots.
Octopuses use three hearts to keep their bodies well circulated.
Octopus arms have a mind of their own: When they're amputated, the arms live on for at least an hour, moving around and grasping things.
I know that gorillas and chimpanzees can learn sign language and use it to communicate. But can other animals use sign language, too?
Did you know that octopuses have even been seen engaging in play behavior?
It seems the smartest member of the invertebrate world has learned how to use a tool