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Science explains why octopus arms don’t stick together

15
May
2014

\Everybody knew the lack of knowledge in octopus arms, but nobody wanted to investigate this,\ says Guy Levy, a neuroscientist at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a co-author of the study. \Now we know that they have a built-in mechanism that prevents them from grabbing octopus skin.\

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