Sepia

Common Cuttlefish (Sepia)

The Common Cuttlefish, also called Sepia officinalis, has eight short and two long prehensile tentacles for catching its prey.

They live over sandy and muddy ground in the North Sea and Mediterranean Sea and eat mussels, crustaceans and small fish.

Cuttlefish possess an internal shell called cuttlebone, which can be found at the beach occasionally!

Things to Do

  • Try to spot all the Cuttlefish in their tank!
  • Learn more about Cuttlefish, Octopus & Co.
  • Count the Cuttlefish tentacles – will you see all ten?
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