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1.Octopuses punching fish
The different octopuses engaged in ‘active displacement’ of their partner fish in the Red Sea during collaborative hunting. For the octopus, punching serves as a partner control mechanism.
2.Octopuses punching fish
Scientists Have Observed Octopuses “Punching” Fish Silly. BY Jake Rossen. December 21, 2020. Come get it. Photo by Ann Antonova from Pexels. The octopus is one of the world’s most intelligent …
3.Octopuses punching fish
Octopuses punch fish, the researchers discovered. (Eduardo Sampaio) As if octopuses weren’t strange enough already, new research has shown that they “punch” fish – and sometimes seem to do so out of spite.. Researcher Eduardo Sampaio, of the University of Lisbon in Portugal, observed octopuses as they hunted alongside fish (something the two creatures do regularly).
4.Octopuses punching fish
The research observed the behavior of octopuses during interspecific hunting events and discovered that they used their arms like fists to throw a punch at fish who might steal “their” food.
5.Octopuses punching fish
In this instance, that control mechanism is the octopus punching the fish. The action is the octopuses’ way of establishing a sense of control and dominance during a hunting party.
6.Octopuses punching fish
OCTOPUSES have been observed punching fish when they do not fully co-operate with the tentacled sea creatures. By Sean Martin PUBLISHED: 14:04, Mon, Dec 21, 2020
7.Octopuses punching fish
It’s just that partner control – when delivered by an octopus – is a tad more brutal than your average buffet queue experience. “To this end, the octopus performs a swift, explosive motion with one arm directed at a specific fish partner, which we refer to as punching,” the researchers explain in a new paper.. In their study, Sampaio and his team observed interactions between Octopus …
8.Octopuses punching fish
Octopuses punch fish, the researchers discovered. (Eduardo Sampaio) As if octopuses weren’t strange enough already, new research has shown that they “punch” fish – and sometimes seem to do …
9.Octopuses punching fish
Upsetting but strangely satisfying new research documents octopuses punching fish during collaborative feeding sessions. The octopuses primarily do it for practical reasons, but sometimes these …
1.Octopuses are ocean thugs that punch fish
Despite its extraordinary intelligence, the life of an octopus is a solitary one. So perhaps it is no wonder that the mighty brained cephalopod engages in a little thuggery to relieve the boredom.
Published Date: 2020-12-23T00:01:00.0000000Z
2.Octopuses Like to Punch Fish, New Research Suggests
We learned so many disturbing things this year, and we regretfully have to add another item to the list: Octopuses like to punch fish.
Published Date: 2020-12-22T03:21:00.0000000Z
3.Sucker punch! Octopuses are filmed randomly PUNCHING fish ‘out of spite’ while hunting alongside them in fascinating footage
Researchers from the University of Portugal, who recorded the footage, said octopuses hunting alongside fish will often hit their companions – and sometimes appear to do it ‘out of spite.’
Published Date: 2020-12-22T19:59:00.0000000Z
4.Octopuses punch fish (and sometimes do it out of spite), study shows
As if octopuses weren’t strange enough already, new research has shown that they “punch” fish – and sometimes seem to do so out of spite. Researcher Eduardo Sampaio of the University of Lisbon in Portugal observed octopuses as they hunted alongside fish (something the two creatures do regularly).
Published Date: 2020-12-22T17:01:00.0000000Z
5.Octopuses punch fish out of the way in feeding frenzy – watch
However, scientists have now observed octopuses punching grouper fish out of the way so they can be the ones to get dinner. The technique is akin to a human elbowing another person out of the way at a dinner buffet, the research published in the journal …
Published Date: 2020-12-21T14:05:00.0000000Z
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|The octopus has revealed itself to be something of a thug, according to a new study by marine biologists. In a paper published by the Ecological Society of America, scientists laid out their findings from studying octopuses and fish that hunt together in the Red Sea. The two sea animals are known to collaborate in hunting, making use of their …|
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