Fun Fact: Octopuses Are Terrifying. Love octopi! But please excuse language.

Fun Fact: Octopuses Are Terrifying

I honestly wouldn't mind living in a world taken over by octopi. Fun Fact: Octopuses Are Terrifying. But please excuse language.

Soooo.....I should get an octopus as a pet? Cause that is what I read.

An adult Octopus(sea animals) can squeeze through a hole the size of a dime.sea animals:octopus’ blood is blue. Numerous myths and legends surround the sea animals:octopus and most of them are false.

Sometimes, a male octopus gets eager and tries to mate with a female too many times, so she strangles him and takes him back to her den to feed on for the next few days. Source

Alike black spider sometimes, a male octopus gets eager and tries to mate with a female too many times, so she strangles him and takes him back to her den to feed on for the next few days.

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Inky the octopus - WTF fun facts<<The greatest escape story ever told. I truly fear this creatures.

Octopusses RULE!! I find them fascinating.

Watch This Octopus Escape From A Closed Jar In Under A Minute

Octopus unscrews jar from inside. These animals are incredibly clever with excellent problem solving ability. The Octo-master won't be contained but is content in the jar also. The last frames are mesmerising.

Scientists might name this cute octopus ‘adorabilis’ -  WTF weird & fun facts

Pink octopus so cute it may be named 'adorabilis' - Yahoo News This handout photo from the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute shows the flapjack octopus, which scientists may call "Opisthoteuthis Adorabilis" (AFP Photo/)

People are helping premature babies by crocheting tiny octopuses. The tentacles are thought to mimic the feel of an umbilical cord, and babies who cuddle an octo are less likely to pull out their monitors and tubes. When hospitals that participate in the Octo Project noted an increase in the overall health of their preemies, volunteers around the world began flooding them with donations. Source Source 2 Source 3

did-you-kno: “ People are helping premature babies by crocheting tiny octopuses. The tentacles are thought to mimic the feel of an umbilical cord, and babies who cuddle an octo are less likely to pull out their monitors and tubes. When hospitals that.

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