Study: Octopuses Kinky Creatures of Sea

Study: Octopuses Kinky Creatures of Sea

There are 2 comments on the Examiner.com story from Apr 1, 2008, titled Study: Octopuses Kinky Creatures of Sea. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

“It's just that octopuses produce offspring once during a very short lifespan of a year.”

Wild octopuses are far from the shy, unromantic loners their captive brethren appear to be, a new study finds. via Examiner.com

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Since: Dec 07

Dayton, OH

#1 Apr 2, 2008
Perhaps things have changed but the last time I can remember, the plural of octopus and cactus were octopi and cacti(see latin). The plural of ox is oxen.

Frank

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Since: Feb 08

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#2 Apr 2, 2008
fabernath wrote:
Perhaps things have changed but the last time I can remember, the plural of octopus and cactus were octopi and cacti(see latin). The plural of ox is oxen.
Frank
I thought octopi was a dessert item.
In any case, it's fun watching two of them getting together arm in arm in arm in arm....

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