Where Do Octopus Live?

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Octopuses are sea mammals and due to this, they thrive in warm waters of the world's oceans. They prefer shallow salty water to deep fresh water. Octopuses are also kept as pets in aquariums and as tourist attraction features.
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Common octopuses live in tropical, sub-tropical and temperate waters around the world.
Octopuses can be found in warm waters, usually in rocks and underground in marine environments. Most of them live in salt water, but there are some species that live in fresh waters.
Octopus live in the ocean in temperate waters, the tropics, or in the muddy bottoms of shallow areas. They have eight legs, or tentacles with suction cups underneath. The diet of an octopus can consist of clams, and shellfish, among other things. You can find more information here: http://library.thinkquest.org/J003337/largecreatures/octopus.htm
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