Fossil Octopod middens

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Huh, that's quite a theory. I'm not sure I understand why the Kenwood Beach formations can't be explained by sediment compaction or whatever. Need pics!! The most "elaborate" formations I've seen running this site has been generally nondescript piles of shell bits or whatever. Kind of like mounds outside of the den. By the description, this all sounds a bit more structured, but again pics would help.
 

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It would be more convincing if half the shells had drill holes but an octopus will try pulling a bivalve apart first so no drill holes is not a clue.
 

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