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something about a tree octopus

joefish84

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well due to the mention of sasquatch in the artical the whole idea is false... and anything they say later in life... even if they are being maulled by a sasquatch and a tree octopus at the same time... they are still lying
 

um...

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:confused:

So does this mean that there's no Giant Saharan Sand Squid? Nuts.
 

Cephkid

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Oh no! This means that there IS NO Colossal Fuji Squid!!!!! (Architeuthis Arborealis) :cthulhu: will be most displeased.... :sad:
 

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and I was getting my hopes up on not buying a tank while still keeping a octo!
 

William Tyson

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i dont know about you, but when i was at loc ness feeding the monster, i saw many of the temperate specis of tree octopus, the only sad thing is that they are constantly preyed upon by the lepricons and knomes in the aera.
 

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i need cuttle said:
i dont know about you, but when i was at loc ness feeding the monster, i saw many of the temperate specis of tree octopus, the only sad thing is that they are constantly preyed upon by the lepricons and knomes in the aera.

That's ridiculous, everyone knows leprecons are extinct.
 

erich orser

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Oh Yee of Little Faith!

The Tree Octopus is very real; here in Griffith Park they have the semi-desert variety: the Prickly-Pear Octopus!
 

erich orser

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#13
Nancy said:
And here in Texas, I'm on the lookout for the Prairie Octopus!

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Their burrows can really ruin a lawn, but they're just so durned cute!
 

GPO87

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Righty said:
How can you say that? How can you deny the obvious evidence! They have pics!

hmmm, I never thought of that... pictures are always very convincing. Now you've got me confused Righty... my teacher told me they were fake, but pictures don't lie! I will go in search of these elusive creatures... I will return in three months after a 500 mile trek in the wilderness! :rainbow:
 

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