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The common octopus is unique for its appearance alone, with a large bulbous head, eyes, and eight distinctive arms. But the most striking characteristic of the common octopus is the wide array of techniques it uses to avoid or thwart attackers.

The first line of their defence is to hide by camouflaging itself. They achieve this through a network of pigment cells and specialised muscles that enable them to almost instantaneously match the colours and patterns of its surroundings. Concealing them from predators, such as sharks, eels, and dolphins. 

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