Do octopuses smile? He didn’t give more explanation, but I’m guessing it is because it is completely anatomically incorrect to put their mouths on top of their heads (er, bodies?), and we all know that octopi rarely smile: Smiling is forbidden (and anatomically impossible).
Can octopus have teeth? because octopuses don’t have any teeth! That doesn’t mean that an octopus can’t bite and chew its food, which is good news for this meat-eating carnivore. Instead of teeth, octopuses have sharp beaks. They use them to break open things like clam and lobster shells so that they can tear out and eat the yummy insides.
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.
What is special about an octopus? Octopuses are ocean creatures that are most famous for having eight arms and bulbous heads. Some other fun facts: They have three hearts and blue blood; they squirt ink to deter predators; and being boneless, they can squeeze into (or out of) tight spaces. They are quite intelligent and have been observed using tools.