Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Boulder, colorado
I do not think this is a hoax... I believe national geographic would not publish an article without checking their facts first.
thanks so much tiny and southertrails I really appreciate sharing that you actually have seen these things before. My dad is going to be very excited to hear that they do indeed exist. LOL
according to natgeo, they're trying to stop all of the current logging that is happening on the pacific northwest coast. Apparently, the breeding population on these octopi is at critically low levels and are trying to be put on the endangered species list. From what little information there is about them, they are believed to live primarily in the sea but, go to the trees to mate.
life has no remote control hitch them up and drive them your self
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