The octopus (Genus Octopus) is one of the most intelligent mollusks of its species. There are more than 150 species of octopus, each more or less large than the next. His body is shaped like a big ball.
The octopus has 8 arms called tentacles that are used to capture its prey. The tentacle is equipped with suction cups to grasp the prey it uses as food.
It lives in shallow water and changes its color according to the needs of the moment. If there is any danger, octopus spreads an ink that covers it completely.
Unlike most species, no mass extinction has overtaken it. A superb achievement of a long evolution of more than 500 million years, the octopus is a mollusk related to cuttlefish and squid, strange animals with multiple arms directly attached to the head: cephalopods. The genus octopus is the most widespread with about 115 species. From the darkness of the deep sea to the heat of tropical seas, octopuses have adapted to very diverse biotopes. They have succeeded in colonizing the entire seabed.
Here is a collection of Free Octopus Coloring Pages Printable. You can download and then print the images that you like. Happy coloring!