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Happy World Octopus Day! The giant Pacific octopus explores its world using touch and smell,...

Happy World Octopus Day! The giant Pacific octopus explores its world using touch and smell, thanks to the thousands of chemical receptors and millions of texture receptors that line the rims of its suckers.
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