An octupus has the ability of reaching speeds up to 25 mph. They usually only reach such speeds when in dire needs and otherwise crawl.
Octopi can reach speeds of up to 27 miles per hour (that’s the fastest recorded octopus swim time) but creating propulsive jets of water through carefully controlled contractions of their tentacles. However, because of its propensity towards camouflage instead of flight as a survival tactic, they rarely travel at such speeds and will do almost anything to avoid it.
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