Even compared to each other, the genomes of three cephalopods studied had been broken up and extensively reorganized.
Recent research has shed light on the intriguing strategies that spiders use to deceive other spiders — and prey in general.
Did the science teacher’s octopus really know she was dying? Was she trying to say goodbye?
What about shrimp? Their brains turn out to have memory and learning centers, which has triggered an evolution squabble.
The smartest of invertebrates, the octopus, once again prompts us to rethink what we believe to be the origin of intelligence.