The Squid’s Cutter Cousin

Cuttlefish are the cutest of the mollusk species. This smaller, chubbier cousin to the squid is sometimes mistaken as such to the untrained eye; however, distinct characteristics separate it from being a squid. Cuttlefish move slower in the water and have two long undulating fins that run along the sides of its body. They also have W-shaped pupils while the squids are round. Like other cephalopods, however, cuttlefish have eight shorter arms with suckers and two longer tentacles attached to their heads, which help secure prey.

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