Aristotle on Octopus

Aristotle wrote on octopus in these words: 'The octopus uses its tentacles [elongated flexible organs] both as feet and hands: it draws in food with the two that are placed over its mouth; and the last of its tentacles ... it uses for copulation.'

Aristotle: A Very Short Introduction, Jonathan Barnes.
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