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How to make your octopus nervous System stronger

Posted by Melissa Dickson on Tuesday, September 29, 2018 07:38:00 The nervous system of an octopus is made up of two main components.

The head and the tail.

The octopus’s head has the ability to move in all directions, but the tail is the most important part of its nervous system.

This ability allows the octopus to take in oxygen and produce a toxin that will protect it from predators.

The tail also helps to keep it afloat.

Octopus swimming through the water will also help it avoid predators.

Octopuses can breathe underwater and can hold their breath for up to 24 hours.

Octopuses’ tails are also very important, but they are usually much smaller than their heads.

They have two muscles in their back called the spines.

When the octopuses mouth closes, its muscles in the spine are pulled apart, allowing the head to open and the body to breathe.

The octopus can take in enough oxygen to support its body for up a few hours.

But it is not a very fast swimmer, and the octo will slow down once it hits the water.

If you are looking to teach your octopus how to swim, this article will show you how to help them keep up with the water while keeping them safe.

If the octapuses legs are not holding up, you can use a ball or a ball and chain to hold them up.

You can also stretch your octapus’s legs to give them some leverage to get them out of the water and onto land.

Octopus swimming underwater is very rewarding, especially if you are a person who likes to watch things happen.

The Octopus Nerve System is one of the most complex systems of the nervous system and can be a great way to learn and strengthen the nervous systems of other animals.