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Because they're solitary animals, octopuses aren't exactly picky with their mates.These are the sexy music hits that will put you in the mood.Often considered the smartest invertebrates (animals without backbones) on the planet, octopuses can use tools, unscrew jar lids and tightly control their body color to match their surroundings.Typically, males die within months after mating, while females watch over their eggs until they hatch and then die shortly after.In one deep-sea species, , females may brood over their eggs for up to 4.5 years without ever leaving to eat.