Are Blue Ringed Octopuses Endangered?


The blue-ringed octopus is not an endangered species. However, even if much of its habitat is undisturbed, the shallow waters near land are simply upset by pollution and development of commercial fishing or tourism. The blue-ringed octopus has a lethal bite and is the oceans most venomous creatures.
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because people wont stop hunting it.
The blue ringed octopus is only the size of a golf ball when fully grown. But carries enough poison in it to kill 20 or more adult's in minute's. The blue ring octopus can be eaten
1. Blue-ringed octopcan be found in the temperate waters off the southern coast of Australia from about 0 to 60 feet down. They can also be found in shallow reefs and tide pools in
The blue-ringed octopus is the world's most poisonous octopus and is found in shallow
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