Figure 1. Giant Red Octopus. Domain - Eukarya Members of this Domain are structurally organized and complex. We come into contact and interact with this Domain on a regular basis. They have multicellularity and tissue formation. Affiliates of this Domain contain mitochondria, plastids, and organelles that function in defense.
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Glossary Atlantic Ocean the body of water between Africa, Europe, the southern ocean above 60 degrees south latitude , and the western hemisphere. It is the second largest ocean in the world after the Pacific Ocean.
Neotropical living in the southern part of the New World. In other words, Central and South America. Animals with bilateral symmetry have dorsal and ventral sides, as well as anterior and posterior ends. Synapomorphy of the Bilateria. For example, light reflected off of water has waves vibrating horizontally.
Some animals, such as bees, can detect which way light is polarized and use that information. People cannot, unless they use special equipment. In both cases reproduction occurs as a single investment of energy in offspring, with no future chance for investment in reproduction.
Male sperm storage also occurs, as sperm are retained in the male epididymes in mammals for a period that can, in some cases, extend over several weeks or more, but here we use the term to refer only to sperm storage by females. Also called "hoarding" tactile uses touch to communicate temperate that region of the Earth between Cephalopods of the world: An annotated and illustrated catalogue of cephalopods species known to date.
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Enteroctopus megalocyathus (Gould, 1852)