Each tentacle has 240 suction cups, with which, the octopus grasps its prey. These creatures secrete a nerve poison that stuns the prey.Its venom is poisonous and in some cases it can be fatal for human beings as well.If you are looking at a picture of the oceans, you definitely would not miss the octopus.
Being 100 times larger than the male, it is 40,000 times heavier!These creatures hunt at night, and are stealth hunters.These eight legged creatures have highly developed sense of sight that helps them to hunt efficiently in the low light levels of the deep waters. They have sensory receptors at the bottom of their suckers that enable them to "taste" whatever they touch. A female octopus lays up to 150,000 eggs in two weeks!The mother protects the eggs from the predators for the entire two months.They have a bulbous head with which they propel themselves as they swim, with their arms trailing behind like long tentacles.
These arms are located around their mouth and have suckers on the underside.An eye twitch is an involuntary spasm of the muscles in the eyelid.Blepharospasm is the medical term for eyelid twitching.Eyelid twitching usually occurs every few seconds and lasts for a few minutes. Sometimes the twitching results in the eye being held closed until the movement stops, but this is not always the case.In most cases of eyelid twitching, no identifiable cause can be found.In rare cases, eyelid twitching, usually when accompanied by other disordered movements, can be a symptom of a chronic neuromuscular disorder such as Tourette's syndrome.