The world’s smallest species of octupus is the Octupus Wolfi, which was officially discovered in the year 1913. The Octopus Wolfi measures only 1.5 cm in length and weighs even less than a gram. Male octopi of this species have fringe-like rims on their suckers, which other species do not.
The smallest species of octopus is the Octopus Wolfi, measuring in at 1.5 cm in length and weighing less than a gram!
The world’s smallest known octopus is the Octopus Wolfi. It was found in 1913 with a length of about 1.5 cm. They are found in the Indo-Pacific Ocean and usually weight less than a gram!
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