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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcuttlefishcut‧tle‧fish /ˈkʌtlˌfɪʃ/ noun (plural cuttlefish) [countable]  a sea creature with ten soft arms
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cuttlefishIn the Far East the stomach of one whale was found to contain the indigestible beaks of 20,000 cuttlefish.You could add a piece of cuttlefish bone, which is high in calcium, and would dissolve in the water.It houses sea snails, cockles, mussels, large fish, squid, cuttlefish, octopuses, shrimps and crabs.For example, the cuttlefish, when attacked, releases a large blob of ink into the water.It can be a little disturbing at times, and there's none I feel more sorry for than the cuttlefish.Floating in the water it is suddenly more noticeable than the cuttlefish itself.
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