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Octopuses ( Enteroctopus dofleini ) recognize individual humans

By R. C. Anderson, J. A. Mather, M. Q. Monette, S. R. M. Zimsen

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Category Journal Articles
Publication Title Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science
Volume 13
Issue 3
Pages 261-272
ISBN/ISSN 1088-8705
Publisher Taylor & Francis
DOI 10.1080/10888705.2010.483892
Language English
Author Address The Seattle Aquarium, Seattle, Washington, USA.
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  1. Animal rights
  2. Animals
  3. Animal welfare
  4. Aquacultural and fisheries
  5. Aquatic organisms
  6. Cephalopods
  7. Education
  8. Humans
  9. Invertebrates
  10. Mammals
  11. Men
  12. Mollusks
  13. Octopus
  14. peer-reviewed
  15. Primates
  16. Respiration
  17. training
  18. vertebrates
  1. peer-reviewed