1. An order of crustaceans that have five pairs of walking legs. This group includes shrimps, crabs, and lobsters (typical marine animals). 2 A suborder of Cephalopoda that includes squids and cuttlefish, with eight normal arms and two longer partially retractile arms. The swim actively and prey on other sea animal.
What is DECAPODA?
DECAPODA: "Giant squid is the largest decapoda in the sea."
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