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Giant Octopuses (Pull Ahead Books)

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Published by Lerner Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Octopus,
  • Children: Grades 2-3,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Nonfiction,
  • Octopuses,
  • Animals - Marine Life,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • North Pacific giant octopus,
  • Octopus dofleini

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsFred Bavendam (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9522941M
    ISBN 100822536374
    ISBN 109780822536376
    OCLC/WorldCa41026559


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Giant Octopuses (Pull Ahead Books) by Christine Zuchora-Walske Download PDF EPUB FB2

This is a well-written book exploring the world of octopuses, chiefly the giant pacific octopuses that live in the New England aquarium. The author takes us on a journey through her own discovery of these amazing animals - she even learns to scuba dive in order to gain a deeper (pardon the pun) understanding of their world/5().

A good book on octopuses (that's right, not octopi or, heaven forbid, octopodes). They're one of my favorite types of animals, but I only knew about them from Wikipedia articles and David Attenborough documentaries. So, I decided to get a book that would be a broad but still scientific survey of the species and I was not disappointed in this one.4/5.

Christine Zuchora-Walske's _Giant Octopuses_ is an excellent introduction to the topic, best probably for year olds. The excellent photography includes images of octopuses eating crabs, walking on the sea floor, and newborn octopuses. The text is VERY basic. Sometimes there is just one sentence per page/5(2).

Until I read The Soul of an Octopus, by Sy Montgomery, talented amateur scientist (journalist) octopuses were almost not ever in my thoughts in any way. As I have learned in reading this book, this was a serious deficiency in my education.

First of all, giant Pacific octopuses have been living near my home all my life in Seattle, a port city/5.

There are about species of octopus, but the giant Pacific octopus is the largest, averaging 16 feet in length, and pounds. It's also the longest-lived octopus; even so, its life span is. Octopuses are carnivorous predators that usually hunt at night.

The giant Pacific octopus appears to feed on any animal within its size range, including fish, crabs, clams, small sharks, other octopuses, and even seabirds. The octopus grabs and restrains prey using its tentacles and suckers, then bites it and tears away flesh with its tough beak.

The aptly-named giant Pacific octopus Octavia comes alive in the book (as do other octopuses) with a unique personality that responds to Montgomery in Giant Octopuses book ways, as I. The Paperback of the Giant Octopuses by Christine Zuchora-Walske at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more.

Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Publish your book with B&: Lerner Publishing Group. Get this from a library. Giant octopuses. [Christine Zuchora-Walske; Fred Bavendam] -- Introduces the physical characteristics, behavior, and habitat of the giant octopus.

Octopuses are famous for dousing people with expertly aimed, piercing jets of cold water (a particularly snicker-worthy incident in the book involves a dressed-up grad student and her reluctant. The giant Pacific octopus grows bigger and lives longer than any other octopus species.

The size record is held by a specimen that was 30 feet across and weighed more than pounds. The more common giant Pacific octopus—or Enteroctopus dofleini—is the largest known octopus in the world.

The animals live around the coastal Northern Pacific and are found from Japan to Author: Katherine Hignett. Giant Octopuses () by Christine Zuchora-Walske, Fred BavendamPages:   Octopuses are highly intelligent.

GPOs can open jars, solve puzzles, use tools and recognize faces. In her book The Soul of an Octopus, author Sy Montgomery describes GPOs that single out aquarium staff to drench with a blast of water.

Giant Pacific octopuses breed just once in their lifetime, and it’s one of the last things they do. An octopus floats against a backdrop of blue ocean off Hawaii. The mollusks are intelligent, playful and full of surprises, according to Sy Montgomery, author of the book.

Enteroctopus is a genus of generally temperate octopuses. Members of this genus are characterized by their large size and are often known as giant octopuses. Enteroctopus species have distinct longitudinal wrinkles or folds dorsally and laterally on their bodies.

Their heads are distinctly narrower than the Class: Cephalopoda. Children's book author Jan Brett meets Gilligan the octopus at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach. Brett's latest book is a Golidlocks story starring a mermaid and three octopuses.

Business. Amazing Hunting Giant Octopus Underwater, Diving under the sea to Catch Big Octopus!!. #MostAmazing, #BigOctopus Please support me. Peter Godfrey-Smith’s brilliant book entirely overturns those preconceptions. Cephalopods – octopuses, squids and nautiluses – “are an island of mental complexity in the sea of Author: Philip Hoare.

The Giant Pacific Octopus is smarter than you might think. And at the Smithsonian's National Zoo, Jorge Ribas watches one use its wits - and many arms - to get a snack. This is a well-written book exploring the world of octopuses, chiefly the giant pacific octopuses that live in the New England aquarium.

The author takes us on a journey through her own discovery of these amazing animals - she even learns to scuba dive in order to gain a deeper (pardon the pun) understanding of their world/5(K).

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If you need assistance, please contact us at [email protected] Giant Octopuses. ISBN ISBN Author and habitat of the giant octopus. Find This And Other Titles Like It In The.

Octopuses are sea animals famous for their rounded bodies, bulging eyes, and eight long arms. They live in all the world’s oceans but are especially abundant in warm, tropical waters.

Octopuses, like their cousin, the squid, are often considered “monsters of the deep,” though some species, or types, occupy relatively shallow waters.

> Most octopuses stay along the ocean’s floor. 3. Giant Pacific octopuses can be found more than feet ( m) underwater. Female giant Pacific octopuses never leave their eggs during the brooding process and die shortly after from self-cannibalization.

Female giant Pacific octopuses to 74, eggs that are the size of a grain of white rice. Jim Cosgrove has written a book about octopuses, Super Suckers: The Giant Pacific Octopus and Other Cephalopods of the Pacific Coast (Harbour Publishing); you. Octopuses are the most intelligent invertebrates on Earth.

Here are eight awesome things we learned about the creatures from reading Katherine Harmon. The Soul of an Octopus: Getting to know an intelligent mollusc. The giant Pacific octopus is considered so fearsome that few dare engage with it, but in her new book Sy Montgomery recounts a.

Sy Montgomery is a naturalist, documentary scriptwriter, and author of twenty acclaimed books of nonfiction for adults and children, including the National Book Award finalist The Soul of an Octopus and the memoir The Good Good Pig, a New York Times recipient of numerous honors, including lifetime achievement awards from the Humane Society and the New England Booksellers Released on: Ap This book will help us understand fun facts about octopuses.

An octopus has a soft body that can help it hide from its predators. Read this book for more interesting facts about this fascinating animal. Ideas for the Classroom Qualitative Measures.

Get this from a library. Giant squid and octopuses. [Ruth Owen] -- Reveals interesting facts about octopuses and giant squid, discussing their physical features, feeding habits, reproduction, and behavior. Octopuses (not octopi) are fascinating enough to fill a whole book. Most of the book focuses on the giant Pacific octopus.

One of these creatures can Occupation: Travel Editor. A New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice.

One of the Most Anticipated Books of Fall and a Top Ten Science Book of FallPublishers Weekly "If this is philosophy, it works, because Godfrey-Smith is a rare philosopher who searches the world for clues. Knowledgeable and curious, he examines, he admires. His explorations are good Pages: Giant Pacific octopuses are extreme extreme.

Now there's a word that's quite overused, but Mountain Dew has nothing on the giant Pacific octopus, in fact, your cousin who in bungee jumping on spring break, also quite tame when compared to these eight armed invertebrates.

Basically everything the giant Pacific octopus does is beyond intense. (Giant cuttlefish look “like an octopus attached to a hovercraft” and seem “to be every color at once.”) So, like humans, cephalopods can categorize.

Some squirt their lights out at night. Ina Frenchman named Pierre Denys de Montfort [– CE] published Histoire naturelle, générale et particuliere des Mollusques, a book meant in part to prove the existence of giant octopuses; and to help his book sell, he claimed that the kraken was actually a type of giant octopus.

He stated that the reported “horns” were. At the time, the general perception of giant octopuses was that they were fearsome predators of the deep.

As such, wrestling one seemed the height of manliness. As for the developed sport itself, it was pretty much like it sounds, involving men hunting out an octopus’ lair and then wrangling the cephalopod out and up to the surface by hand.

This octopus is impressive in size. A full-grown giant Pacific octopus can weigh more than 50 pounds. The heaviest on record was a creature weighing pounds and measuring nearly 20 feet across. Shells The giant Pacific octopus, like all octopuses, is a mollusc — a boneless invertebrate related to clams.

The giant Pacific octopus, he says, leads a life that, well, you could write a book about. So Anderson has, and his book about his life’s obsession comes out in May.

Most Read Local Stories. Zuchora-Walske Christine-Giant Octopuses BOOK NEW condition: Brand New Format: Paperback Publication Year: Language: English. Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Shipping and handling. This item will ship to United States, but the seller has not specified shipping Rating: % positive.

Giant octopuses occupy my worldview, they’re a part of my heritage. In my Finnish culture, in the Kalevala epic, there’s a creature referred to as Iku-Turso, a giant octopus or a combination.

The Giant octopus is Enteroctopus, and one of its species is the largest are four species: the North Pacific Giant Octopus (E. dofleini), the Southern Giant Octopus (Enteroctopus magnificus), E.

megalocyathus, and E. zealandicus. The only member of this genus that deserves the common name "Giant octopus" is Enteroctopus holds the record of being the world's largest Class: Cephalopoda.but finding rotting sperm whales Vintage illustration of a deepsea octopus, by Ernst Haeckel (public domain) In Part 1 of this ShukerNature blog article (click here), I surveyed a wide range of globsters, including the celebrated Trunko, and I also chronicled a selection of reports featuring alleged giant octopuses – traditionally, the most.Octopuses enduring senescence have been reported to become more active at the start and to then decrease in performance toward the end (Anderson et al., ).

As the ages of the subjects were.