The first cephalopods "head-foot" appeared million years ago. They were shelled, just like their relatives, snails and clams. But later, in Devonian, Carboniferous, Triassic, and Tertiary Epochs, with the evolution of the fish, marine reptiles, and later whales, to survive, the shelled cephalopods had to retreat to the depths or turn more mobile. Indeed, today, the Nautilus, with several species, is the only shelled cephalopod. The rest have lost their shells, partially squids and cuttlefish or completely octopus.
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