• Here's looking at you kid.

Octopi have the most developed eye of all invertebrates (animals without a backbone). They even see in color.

• Brainiacs of the mollusk world

Octopi are the most active and intelligent of all mollusks.

• It's ten o'clock at night...Do you know where your arms are?

Researchers have found that an octopus has to look at its arms to know what they are doing.

• Little squirts.

An unhatched baby octopus can squirt ink.

• What was that you said?

Squid have little or no sense of hearing.

• Giant Squid not so giant after all!

The Colossal Squid is the largest mollusk on the planet! It may grow to at least 46 feet (14 meters) long and weigh more than 1,500 pounds (681 kilograms). (The Giant Squid may grow longer (up to 60 feet long) but the Colossal Squid is bigger around, has a larger mantle and is heavier.

• Can they buy their shoes for half-price?

Sea snails (and land snails, too) are the only animals with just one foot.

• A shell of a clam!

The giant clam is the largest bivalve mollusk. It can grow 4 feet (1.2 meters) across and weigh more than 700 pounds (318 kilograms).

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