Do octopus eat and poop out their mouths? The giant Pacific octopus excretes waste through its siphon, a funnel-like hole on the side of its mantle. As a result, its poop comes out as a long, noodle-like strand. The green anemone, meanwhile, is a detritivore, which means that it eats waste.
Where does the squid poop out of? Excretion Process. Materials that are devoid of nutrient value and unwanted by the squid are passed through the intestines, where they are compressed into excrement. They then pass into the rectum, a tube that leads to the anus, the end of the digestive system.
Where do octopus pee from? Once filtration and reabsorption are complete, the urine is emptied into O. vulgaris’ mantle cavity via a pair of renal papillae, one from each renal sac.
Do octopuses mouth? The octopus’s mouth is on its underside, where the eight arms meet. Its beak, made of keratin (KER-uh- tin) (the same material as our fingernails and hair), is the only hard part in the animal’s body, which explains why octopuses are such escape artists.