6sharesTwitter Facebook Google +13FebFind All Posts of This Month: 2 - 2011Twitter Facebook Google + Embed This Image On Your Site: [Source: AquaViews]Tags:amazing factscrabscreatures of the oceanfascinating marine animalsinfographicsinteresting factsjellyfishmarine factsmarine infographicsMarine lifeocean factsoctopussea lifeSea Turtlesseahorse PADI Specialty Diver Propulsion Vehicle (DPV) courseFebruary 12, 2011The Real Story Behind The Movie SanctumFebruary 14, 2011you may also likeApril 12, 2019by: NevinPlaying With Fire Underwater: Fire Coral DemystifiedJanuary 18, 2019by: Leisure Pro StaffTreating Jellyfish StingsOctober 5, 2018by: Leisure Pro Staff5 Symbiotic Relationships in the OceanAugust 29, 2018by: Leisure Pro Staff5 Most Poisonous Jellyfish in the World 8 Comments Mother nature, you so crazy. Reply That isn't true about sea horses being the only animal in which the male cares for and "gives birth" to offspring. there are many other fish in which the male tends to the eggs and there are a number of different frog species (marsupial frogs being one family of them) in which the male carries the eggs around, they develop into tadpole on their backs and they deposit late-stage tadpole into water bodies. Reply About the "octopuses'… It's actually octopi…. Reply Sorry to break the bad news, but according to Wikipedia:”The term octopus, pronounced /ˈɒktəpʊs/, is from Greek ὀκτάπους(oktapous), “eight-footed”, with plural forms: octopuses /ˈɒktəpʊsɪz/,octopi /ˈɒktəpaɪ/, or octopodes /ɒkˈtɒpədiːz/. Currently, octopuses isthe most common form in both the US and the UK; octopodes is rare, andoctopi is often objectionable.” Reply About the 64 "anuses"… It's actually 64 ani Reply Sorry, but no:http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/anus Reply Ocotopuses is plural for octopus in the same breed, while octopi is plural for multiple octopus breeds. And octopedes refers to anything with 8 legs, and the only word recognized by Firefox spell check is Octopi. THE MORE YOU KNOW Reply isn’t it so instresting learning about marnie life Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.