Baby Octopus crawling around out of water

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+48 1. PlayaX commented 13 years ago

more like forced to crawl around out of water... :|
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+5 2. ThiDubstepLover commented 13 years ago

squidward run away from spongebob :D
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+3 3. iwinu commented 13 years ago

imagine when its fully grown...
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+8 4. master_shake commented 13 years ago

I had a few of those rubber sticky ones u get from quarter machine when i was a kid. Good times, til they got covered in dirt and hair.
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+28 5. cretia commented 13 years ago

Now lets deprive the human from oxygen and make him struggle for air in the water.
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+4 6. irishgek commented 13 years ago

Who else here wishes him a nice holiday in Australia at one point ...

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue-ringed_octopus)
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-3 7. gringo commented 13 years ago

When it grows it's gonna be a delicious salad
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+10 8. sux2bu commented 13 years ago

#5 Octopuses, like other cephalopods, breathe with gills. While they cannot survive on dry land for a long time they are able to stay there for short periods of time, which they often do during low tide to hunt in tide pools. It is in no danger judging from the voice of the guy who found it.
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+3 9. Zebulun commented 13 years ago

Get over yourselves #1 and #5. I'm glad #8 also chimed in with some real knowledge instead of just some whining PETA propaganda like you guys.

Do you cry too every time you bite into a piece of fried chicken or some yummy chilean sea bass?

Don't get me wrong, I love animals too, their delicious!!
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+4 10. Spartan118 commented 13 years ago

ya guys calm down, if you dont remember their was a vid on here a few weeks back of an octopus that voluntarily came out of the water to give a present to some people, he was our of the water for about 5min and was fine.
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+1 11. WickedOne14 commented 13 years ago

He's like a mobile booger!
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0 12. loadrunner commented 13 years ago

The small spotted octopus are poison. don't tease them. this one could be ok, but don't know for sure
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0 13. gringo commented 13 years ago

I know this one is harmless. And over here they are a delicacy and like I said #7 this one is too small, but no one here believes me, you are probably disgusted by the looks but believe me if you have a chance try one, you will change your mind. Ask some Italian, Greek, Croat or Montenegrin :(|) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9ADib3gTb8
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-2 14. freshdrop commented 13 years ago

#8 and #9. Stop over exaggerating. PETA aren't here. #9 It's they're, not their. #8 Your 'google' doesn't account for the human playing with it for the camera. You could both do with a dose of what #1 and #5 have to offer.