The Love Life of an Octopus

The Love Life of an Octopus

Arrow 1 points to the spermatophore groove of the
inserted hectocotylus. Arrow 2 points an oviducal gland

They flirt, hold hands and guard their lovers jealously — yet they don’t even have bones. The love lives of octopuses are far more complex than anyone thought, a team at the University of California, Berkeley, reported.

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