Yes, I am sure of the approximately 300 known octopus species there are several octopus species that are not endangered, but here is one example, the common octopus. Appropriately named for its conservation status, this octopus is found in the Mediterranean, and as far north as the south and southwest of Britain and the southern North Sea to South Africa living mainly on the rocky coasts.
Yes, with the common octupus (Octopus Vulgaris) being one of the most studied and interesting creatures in the ocean. In fact, we’re still learning more about them every day, such as the fact that they’re tool users.
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