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    Octopuses are known to be the most intelligent species among all invertebrates. They are excellent at camouflaging and mimicking. They have a super-flexible body that helps them radically alter their shape. They come in diverse shapes, sizes, and colors and have a highly complex nervous system and exceptional eyesight.

    Cirrothauma magna is the rarest octopus species on this list. Only four specimens of this rare octopus have ever been captured. Thus, available information on this species is fairly limited. It does not even have a common name.

    An adult Cirrothauma magna has three types of suckers. The suckers nearest to its mouth are small and cylindrical with thick stout stalks and are separated by 1 cm. The following suckers have long stalks and small openings, and the gap between them is 2-3 cm. The distal suckers (sucker number 30+) are muscular with a bowl or barrel-shaped fleshy base.

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    The rarest octopus is believed to be the "Vampire Squid" (Vampyroteuthis infernalis). Despite its spooky name, the Vampire Squid is a small, deep-sea cephalopod that lives in the oxygen minimum zones of the oceans, around 600 to 900 meters deep. The Vampire Squid is rare because it has a very limited habitat and is not often encountered by humans. It can survive in low-oxygen environments and produce bioluminescent displays to deter predators or attract prey.

    While not much is known about its population size, it is believed that the Vampire Squid is not currently threatened or endangered. However, due to its rarity and the difficulty of studying deep-sea organisms, there is still much to learn about this fascinating creature. Find more information.

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    The Cirrothauma magna is an incredible yet rarely seen species of octopus. With only four specimens ever captured, this species remains highly mysterious. Its lack of a common name speaks to the scarcity of information seo company kerala known about the octopus. Nevertheless, its complex nervous system, exceptional eyesight, and remarkable camouflaging and mimicking abilities are just a few of the many qualities that make it such an extraordinary creature.

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