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the fame flotation, and of the farm form and fobHaving hanor , as in the other kinds of Polypi. gained thh knowledge, by applying the point of * bodkin, I tally felt the beak in our Polypus but na frnaP fubjeft it cannot be brought to view without diffeetion, which is the reafon it does not appear in thefe drawings. Fry. 1. reprefents the Polypus fo placed as to fliew
the (motion of the eyes and the form of its body, and alfo in what manna the wms are turned back in the fpecimen before us, but we may fuppole than thus difpofed merely in the aft of dying, and that
when alive they are moveable in all direelions. On that fide of the body oppofite to the eyes, and which therefore may be termed the belly-part, there appms a tranfverfe flit or opening in the ibm, not in,
a Mait line, but a little fomicitculara from the anterior part whereof a tube or pipe proceeds, about une third of an inch in length, frnaller at the extremity, where it opens with round orifice, than at the bale, and reaching to within a Mall diflance of As both the Cuttle-filh and Calamary the arms.
have a pipe neatly in the fame fituation, though lane-
what dient in figure, through which they CCM.' (*wally di(charge an inky liquor, and fome writer.
fay the fiats age it is probable the pipe in this ani-
mal may farm to- like Nipple ma as the body
of Me Calamary is included in a care, Me flit acrofir the body of thia animal thews, its belly part to have alio a fort of cafe, though on its back there ia no Inparation an in the Calamity.
Ow of the aforellid flit or opening a bag ilium,
with a coy gender neck, extending towards the tail,
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