Cuttlefish are marine animals of the order Sepiida. They belong to the class
Cephalopoda, which also includes squid, octopodes, and nautiluses. Cuttlefish
(non-Flash) In this interactive feature, explore the anatomy of a cuttlefish and
learn how this animal gained its reputation of being a master of disguise and ...
Find out what's known about Common Cuttlefishes, Sepia officinalis,
Cephalopoda, Sepiida, Sepiidae, including their world range and habitats,
Crustaceans beware: That piece of coral might be a camouflaged cuttlefish
looking for a quick bite.
Cuttlefish are cephalopods, which are also found in the North Sea. On the beach,
though, they are rarely found, but more often their shells, which are called ...
Jun 27, 2014 ... Cuttlefish change the patterns on their body for courtship rituals, when they eat a
snack, and most famously when they want to blend in.
The giant Australian cuttlefish (Sepia apama) is the world's largest cuttlefish, and,
like many other cephalopods, it is able to camouflage itself exceptionally well.
Sepia officinalis, the Common Cuttlefish lives in the English channel, south
through the Mediterranean Sea along the west coast of Africa to the southern-
Range Description: This species has a wide geographic distribution (Reid et al.
2005). It occurs in the northeast and east Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea
Cuttlefish definition, any of several cephalopods, especially of the genus Sepia,
having eight arms with suckers and two tentacles, and ejecting a black, inklike ...