Marine Life Census Finds Interesting Octopus Facts

November 11, 2008

Using a marine life census, scientists have made an interesting octopus discovery.<br /> .....Washington (ChattahBox) – Using a marine life census, scientists have made an interesting octopus discovery.

Marine scientists have announced a link between deep sea octopus species and Antarctica ancestors.

These ancestors are still alive in the Southern Ocean.from when they migrated 30 million years ago.

They migrated away due to ice that was growing and ruining their habitat.

It is now believed that there are 300 species of octopus in the ocean.

This comes as they get ready to release the full marine census in the year 2010.

More will be featured in the November 11th issue of Cladistics.


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