How Many Suction Cups Does an Octopus Have?

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An octopus has 240 suction cups (roughly) on each tentacle. An octopus also has 8 'arms' when it is fully grown. This means they have about 1,920 suction cups total.
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Common Octopus
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Mollusca Class: Cephalopoda Order: Octopoda Family: Octopodidae Genus: Octopus Species: Octopus vulgaris
The Common Octopus reaches 24 – 36 inches in length. The arms are lined with suckers. The skin is smooth and has special pigment cells that make it possible for the octopus to blend in with the surroundings.
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