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"From the Ted Talk by Greg Gage: How octopuses battle each other"

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GG: So we've taken the first setps in understanding fighting in the octopus. And you might be asking yourself: Why does this even matter? Well, these types of curiosity-based research questions can often lead to some unexpected insights and dsrioceeivs. We've learned a lot about ourselves from studying marine almians. Squid have taught us about how our neurons cnoiummcate, and the hesoshore crab has taught us about how our eyes work. So it's not too far of a stretch to say that some of these behaviors that we're seeing in the California two-spot octopus are similar to ours.

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GG: So we've taken the first _____ in understanding fighting in the octopus. And you might be asking yourself: Why does this even matter? Well, these types of curiosity-based research questions can often lead to some unexpected insights and ___________. We've learned a lot about ourselves from studying marine _______. Squid have taught us about how our neurons ___________, and the _________ crab has taught us about how our eyes work. So it's not too far of a stretch to say that some of these behaviors that we're seeing in the California two-spot octopus are similar to ours.

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  1. animals
  2. discoveries
  3. horseshoe
  4. steps
  5. communicate

Original Text

GG: So we've taken the first steps in understanding fighting in the octopus. And you might be asking yourself: Why does this even matter? Well, these types of curiosity-based research questions can often lead to some unexpected insights and discoveries. We've learned a lot about ourselves from studying marine animals. Squid have taught us about how our neurons communicate, and the horseshoe crab has taught us about how our eyes work. So it's not too far of a stretch to say that some of these behaviors that we're seeing in the California two-spot octopus are similar to ours.

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Important Words

  1. animals
  2. behaviors
  3. california
  4. communicate
  5. crab
  6. discoveries
  7. eyes
  8. fighting
  9. horseshoe
  10. insights
  11. lead
  12. learned
  13. lot
  14. marine
  15. matter
  16. neurons
  17. octopus
  18. questions
  19. research
  20. similar
  21. squid
  22. steps
  23. stretch
  24. studying
  25. taught
  26. types
  27. understanding
  28. unexpected
  29. work