How Many Brains Does an Octopus Have?

Like other animals, octopus have 1 brain located at their head. But you might read some articles that they have 9 brains. These are actually neurons, a type of cells that form the brain. These neurons are responsible for the intelligence of the octopus. You can find most of these nerves on each arms.

Octopuses are Intelligent Animals

History shows that Aristotle thought that octopuses are dumb animals. He’s not aware that octopus can mimic animals and a good escape artists. They can solve maze problems and navigate in hard situations.

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