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In A Few Seconds, This Octopus Went From Adorable To Nightmarish

DECEMBER 9, 2015  —  By Joe Welkie

Everyone knows that octopuses are marine animals. They live, breathe, eat, and sleep underwater. That's just how it is, right?

Well, not necessarily. A species of octopus has learned to walk on land. Using its suction cups to pull itself along, this species of octopus is able to travel from pond to pond searching for food. It's seriously freaky.

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Well, that's certainly a nightmare. Can you imagine walking down the street and seeing an octopus strolling by? We live in a very strange world.