[Behavior & Cognition] Octopuses prefer certain arms when hunting and adjust tactics to prey

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From twin-cities.mnu.edu:

An octopus in a tank grabs a shrimp with its second left arm A California two-spot octopus hunts a shrimp in an experiment, striking with its ...

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From NY Times:

High-speed video recordings reveal that the cephalopod's eight arms aren't moving randomly when they go in for the kill.

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From ScienceDaily:

Octopus hunting patterns have implications for bioinspired robot design. Date: September 20, 2022; Source: University of Minnesota; Summary: ...

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From Cosmos Magazine:

A California two-spot octopus hunts a shrimp in an experiment, striking with its second arm. Credit: Wardill Lab, University of Minnesota.

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