The Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus

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1. Zapato, Lyle.¨Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus." Help Save The Endangered Northwest Tree Octopus from Extinction. N.p., 08 Mar. 1998. Web. 06 Oct, 2015

2. Editors, ¨Save the Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus!¨,, 7 May 2015. Web. 09 Oct. 2015.

3. Hoaxes, Museum of, ¨Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus.¨ Museum of Hoaxes. Museum of Hoaxes, 20 June 2014. Web. 09 Oct. 2015.


1. The Tree Octopus is suggested to live in the forests, mainly the Olympic National Forests.

2. This octopus is said to have a great camouflage to the changing environment. It also changes color between it´s mood.

3. The octopus spends most of it´s time on branches and jumping from tree to tree.

4. This octopus is supposed to be 33 centimeters in length and 6 feet in diameter. This creature is supposed to be very shy.

5. The octopus moves using it´s tentacles. This process is called tentaculation.

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