An octopus can fit tis entire body into a space regardless of its size because it has no bones and is an invertabrate. THE OTOPUS WILL SQUISH ITSELF AND MOVE AROUND UNTILL IT FITS THERE. :)
He does octopus move body water in the Bob man.
An octopus can hide its body in the sand or mud.
An octopus' mouth is centered on the underside of the body in the middle of the tentacles. Fun fact: an octopus has a beak.
An octopus has ..... Wait why do you care about octupuses it's not like you are one
Octopus communicate with each other by the movement of their body and the change of body colors.
He has four extra arms to use in order to scratch an itch. He has no need for a back scratcher, his extra limbs can reach his entire body easily.
Octopus don't really have bones; though they do have one bony body part, the beak. The octopus's beak is located at the center of the underside of the body, in between all the legs.
He got irradiated, fusing the arms to his body.