The ten-armed squid, which is a cousin of the octopus, has an unusual way of escaping from its enemies. If the discs on its arms cannot hold onto its enemy through suction, the squid spurts out a dark fluid from its “ink sac” and sets up an underwater smoke screen. With its enemy in the dark, the squid can make its getaway.
- Where does the word “escape” come from and What does escape mean?
- Where in Paris is Voltaire buried and how did Francois-Marie Arouet make so many enemies?
- Who was on U.S. President Richard Nixon’s “Enemies List”?
- How were Plains Indians warlike and Why were the Sioux and the Pawnee enemies?
- Where did scalping originate and How did the Indians start scalping their enemies?