Translation of cuttlefish in Spanish:


jibia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkədlˌfɪʃ/ /ˈkʌt(ə)lfɪʃ/

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nounplural cuttlefishes, plural cuttlefish

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    jibia feminine
    sepia feminine
    • Nautilus shells are often used decoratively, and the internal shell of a cuttlefish, or cuttle bone, is sold in the pet trade as a calcium source for birds.
    • The whale's prey includes squid, cuttlefish, herring, and sea stars, or starfish.
    • Ammonoids are descendants of the extinct, primitive coiled nautiloids and they are extinct relatives of modern squid, octopus, cuttlefish, and nautilus.
    • Both cuttlefish and squid may be called inkfish.
    • Her current experiments on learning suggest that both cephalopods do well with spatial learning; cuttlefishes seem to learn their way around a maze with the same facility as octopuses.