Fact Friday

Octopus can walk along the bottom of the ocean using their arms.  Scientists have found that each of their eight arms move independently and in random order.  It also seems that they have a preferred arm they will use more often to explore nooks and crannies in the reef. Watch this video for more info and a few laughs.

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