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    • Christina Rimmer

      pp The most intelligent invertebrate - octopus. One species even uses coconut shells to build shelters. User of tools, anyone?

    • Bethany

      The most intelligent invertebrate - one species of octopus even uses coconut shells to build shelters

    • Rose C

      The most intelligent invertebrate - Octopus! I would really like a pet octopus one day, I mean what better pet for someone who used to have a scorpion? Hee hee!

    • Kasie Stecker

      The octopus is one of my favorite sea creatures

    • Michelle Yau

      Close up of Giant Pacific Octopus eye

    • Alicia M.

      Amazin Octopus. Animal-tastic!

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