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Wow again. Good show, octopus!
That reminds me of one snorkeling trip years ago – I saw what I thought to be a type of seaweed that I’d never seen before so I tried to pick a leaf and discovered that it was an octopus’ tentacle – the octopus went one way and I went another; I swear I was walking on water to get away from it.
“Predator” would be envious
!!Ohhhhhhh!! I saw that TED talk a while ago, but wanted to find just this short clip to show to others. Now here it is.
Hm, I wonder if this is why we can’t find Bigfoot? He morphs into a shrub (or shrubbery). ?
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