Nature Magazine reports that and moves on:
Cuttlefish and their kin form tentacles by deploying the same genes that direct the growth of arms in humans and legs in spiders…
The results suggest that genetic programs driving appendage development have been conserved for more than 500 million years, even though the appendages themselves have not. “The master genes that sculpt tentacles and legs alike” at Nature
They’ll be back to us when they come up with a no-design story.
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See also: Stasis: Life goes on but evolution does not happen