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Tumblr, Blog, and Octopus: kyraneko:This cat has the correct number of tentacles to be an octopus.

kyraneko:This cat has the correct number of tentacles to be an octopus.

Alive, Anaconda, and Animals: i-should-be-writing-rn: inlovewithaleheather: thecuckoohaslanded: gerbthenerd: alexander-lamington: thelizardprincess: biglawbear: blacksirencry: swaglexander-the-great: #That’s a#That’s a blue ringed octopus#You’re going to die do you realise that#It is literally one of the most deadly animals in the world#Not just in Australia or just in the ocean in THE WORLD#Put it DOWN#And go to a hospital jfc via platonic-rabbit  me tryna find out if this fool died “The blue-ringed octopus, despite its small size, carries enough venom to kill twenty-six adult humans within minutes. Their bites are tiny and often painless, with many victims not realizing they have been envenomated until respiratory depression and paralysis start to set in.[8] No blue-ringed octopus antivenom is available yet, making it one of the deadliest reef inhabitants in the ocean.” Holy shit And this is why I don’t go in the ocean anymore Also the blue rings literally only show up when it is distressed so this person has angered it!!! You are in danger friend!!! Actually this guy keeps them as pets they’re on his instagram (william_exotique) and he frequently holds then and I just? Don’t know why? And also every picture or video he posts of them shows the blue rings so they’re always in distress I just do not understand why he’s doing this #AMY EXPLAIN HOW DUMB THIS GUY IS  I mean OP pretty much covered it.  A blue ringed octopus is almost on the level of CONE SNAIL on the list of things you ABSOLUTELY DO NOT PICK UP UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. But ask and you shall receive,  On this episode of “Fun Facts With Cuckoo,” DEAD.  YOU’RE DEAD.  EVERYTHING IS DEAD AND YOU SHOULD NEVER TOUCH ANYTHING IN THE OCEAN EVER AGAIN. There are many things that will kill you. [citation needed] There are fewer, but still many things that will kill you FAST. There are yet fewer things that kill you fast and by such an overwhelming margin of overkill that nervous laughter is our only solace in the dark of this terrible, surprisingly Lovecraftian world of unearthly horrors that we live in. Of the things that I know about which will kill you fast via just plain insultingly potent venom, which is a not insignificant number of things because I know a not insignificant number of things, there are about 3 things in the ocean – IN THE WHOLE OCEAN – which are so insanely, mind-bogglingly deadly that there is pretty much no possible hope for survival (I mean you CAN, but god help you if you’re ever in that situation, because god’s just about damn near the only thing that CAN help you).  THE. WHOLE. OCEAN. Those three things are the Irukandji (a tiny (1cm) species of box jellyfish, which has stingers not only on its tentacles but on its BELL, for reasons no one has definitively figured out, and is so toxic despite its size its sting can cause a severe brain hemorrhage), the cone snail (a group of carnivorous sea snails that is accepted to be the most venomous animals on earth, with a STUPIDLY fast acting and extremely powerful neurotoxin that has in at least one case killed a human ALMOST INSTANTANEOUSLY, because the swimmer who found two beautiful shells (unfortunately cone snails tend to have very pretty shells which makes people want to pick them up) was holding them up for a picture and ended up being stabbed in the neck by not one but TWO cone snails at the same time, and it is believed that she was literally dead before she hit the ground, I mean LITERALLY in a 100% non-fictional and non-exaggerated way, in between the time the two cone snails stabbed her and the time her limp body hit the sand, she was not alive anymore), and the blue ringed octopus. It is POSSIBLE to survive any of these.  But not without immediate medical attention.  Of these three, the Irukandji is by far the most treatable, because Australia and other coastal regions (including Florida and other parts of the US) are kind of experienced in dealing with box jellyfish. The blue ringed octopus will fucking kill you.  There’s no antidote for their venom, ONE COMPONENT OF WHICH (tetrodotoxin) is 1200 times deadlier than cyanide.  It’s a powerful neurotoxin (most of the worst venoms are because the species that produce them need to kill or at least paralyze their prey quickly, like jellyfish whose fragile tentacles could be damaged if their food doesn’t stop struggling) that attacks the sodium channels and causes muscle paralysis.  It doesn’t necessarily kill you quickly.  It PARALYZES you quickly, so that you can’t really call for help or describe the problem, and you will probably end up slowly suffocating from a paralyzed diaphragm.  Tetrodotoxin can be metabolized by the body in a matter of hours, but it can also kill you in a matter of minutes if you get a lethal dose (which isn’t much, the LD50 or median lethal dose, the dose at which you have a 50% chance of survival, is only 8 MICROGRAMS per kilogram of body weight (as tested in mice)).  This is, by venom standards, not a large amount, which means the animal that is capable of putting this venom inside your body is very very good at killing the absolute shit out of you. DON’T TOUCH THE BLUE RINGED OCTOPUS. Now, because overkill is my motto, let me briefly explain why Conus geographus is the undisputed champion of YOU WILL NOT SURVIVE, AND FURTHERMORE FUCK YOU FOR THINKING OTHERWISE. A cone snail walks into a bar.  You’d expect the bartender to ask, “what’s your poison,” but they were paralyzed before they could ask and OH LOOK they’re already FUCKING DEAD ON THE GROUND. Conus geographus is about 4-6 inches long and nature’s equivalent of Avada Kedavra.  Cone snails literally have their own KIND of toxins named after them: conotoxin.  Not only is there no antidote, but their venom AGGRESSIVELY RESISTS our ability to find a cure, because we barely understand how it works AND conotoxins are so internally varied, even within a single species, that any one antidote isn’t going to help because they’re constantly mutating and evolving their venom to prevent their prey from evolving a resistance to it.  Plus their venom is like, a bunch of different venoms all at once JUST IN CASE any one of them wasn’t good enough. I want you to read these two sentences from the wiki page on conotoxin: “Conotoxins have a variety of mechanisms of actions, most of which have not been determined.” “The LD50 of conotoxin is 50 ng/kg.” Remember how the LD50 of tetrodotoxin is 8μg/kg?  Conotoxin is 160 times more potent.  FIFTY NANOGRAMS PER KILOGRAM HAS A 50% CHANCE OF KILLING YOU. A 220-POUND HUMAN HAS A 50% CHANCE OF SURVIVAL AGAINST JUST 5 MICROGRAMS OF CONOTOXIN.   I DID SOME MATH.   IT WOULD TAKE 7-9 MILLIGRAMS OF CONOTOXIN TO KILL A BLUE WHALE, THE HEAVIEST ANIMAL TO EVER LIVE. (based on weight estimates from 300-400,000 lbs.) Conus geographus is so fucking deadly that “In two cases of envenomation, only 0.0002-0.0005 mg resulted in severe paralysis.” THIS THING KILLS STUFF SO HARD THAT BEFORE YOU HEAR THE FIRST “MORTAL KOMBAT” IN THE MORTAL KOMBAT THEME, THERE’S PROBABLY ALREADY BEEN A FATALITY. And guess what?  Cone snails don’t do that NOOB SHIT with the superficial biting or stinging.  Your wetsuit or gloves won’t protect you.  Because homeboy didn’t bring teeth to evolution’s knife fight.  Oh no.  It brought a motherfucking radula POISON HARPOON.  It’s lightning fast and has way more piercing power than some silly little cnidocytes or salivary bacteria. Another component of their venom is being researched for its potential as a pain reliever.  “WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT????” you might reasonably ask.  And you would be right to do so, because science has gone too far and has surely sinned against the very image of Mollusca Kedavra.  Well, it turns out the answer is “Research shows that certain component proteins of the venom target specific human pain receptors and can be up to 10,000 times more potent than morphine without morphine’s addictive properties and side-effects.”  That’s right, the part of their venom that SPECIFICALLY DOESN’T HURT YOU is up to 10,000 times more potent than morphine. Also, Conus geographus (along with one other cone snail species, C. tulipa) is the only known non-human animal to weaponize insulin.  In addition to the normal insulin that the snails produce for their own use, their bodies manufacture an ADDITIONAL insulin molecule that is similar to the kind produced in fish (which they eat) for the sole purpose of stunning their prey through hypoglycemic shock.  BECAUSE APPARENTLY THEY DON’T FEEL LIKE THEY’D KILL YOU HARD ENOUGH OTHERWISE. IF you are going to survive the ALMIGHTY CONE SNAIL, WHO KNOWS NO FEAR, TRIUMPHANT HEDGEMON OF THE MOLECULAR ARMS RACE, TRUE BORN HEIR TO THE SCYTHE OF DEATH ITSELF, FISHSLAYER, GOD AMONG MOLLUSKS, WHOSE WRATH IS MERCIFUL ONLY IN ITS BREVITY, ADMIRABLE IN ITS BEAUTY AND UNSULLIED BY THE UNWORTHY TOUCH OF MORTAL HANDS OR SCALES OR REALLY ANYTHING IN RANGE OF ITS RADULA HARPOON, then literally the only thing that’s going to save you is for you to be kept alive artificially (externalizing your respiratory functions to force your body to continue breathing, basically) until the effects of the venom wear off.  And because of how quickly this venom acts, you need to get that medical attention VERY, VERY FAST. And if you don’t get it, you will still be conscious while the paralysis slowly suffocates you to death. Don’t touch the pretty shells. I’ve never been so intrigued to learn how easily I could be fucking exterminated from existence by the overpowered sea creatures of the world. You’ve done a better job at keeping my attention then any of my teachers ever have. You know what I’m putting this on the writing blog cause I personally can see potential in some fantasy villain attempting to weaponise cone snailsIn which case, all hail snail king 🐌
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#That’s a#That’s a blue ringed octopus#You’re going to die do you realise that#It is literally one of the most deadly animals in the world#Not just in Australia or just in the ocean in THE WORLD#Put it DOWN#And go to a hospital jfc via platonic-rabbit 
me tryna find out if this fool died


“The blue-ringed octopus, despite its small size, carries enough venom to kill twenty-six adult humans within minutes. Their bites are tiny and often painless, with many victims not realizing they have been envenomated until respiratory depression and paralysis start to set in.[8] No blue-ringed octopus antivenom is available yet, making it one of the deadliest reef inhabitants in the ocean.”
Holy shit


And this is why I don’t go in the ocean anymore


Also the blue rings literally only show up when it is distressed so this person has angered it!!! You are in danger friend!!!


Actually this guy keeps them as pets they’re on his instagram (william_exotique) and he frequently holds then and I just? Don’t know why? And also every picture or video he posts of them shows the blue rings so they’re always in distress I just do not understand why he’s doing this



#AMY EXPLAIN HOW DUMB THIS GUY IS 
I mean OP pretty much covered it.  A blue ringed octopus is almost on the level of CONE SNAIL on the list of things you ABSOLUTELY DO NOT PICK UP UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.
But ask and you shall receive,  On this episode of “Fun Facts With Cuckoo,” DEAD.  YOU’RE DEAD.  EVERYTHING IS DEAD AND YOU SHOULD NEVER TOUCH ANYTHING IN THE OCEAN EVER AGAIN.
There are many things that will kill you.

[citation needed]
There are fewer, but still many things that will kill you FAST.
There are yet fewer things that kill you fast and by such an overwhelming margin of overkill that nervous laughter is our only solace in the dark of this terrible, surprisingly Lovecraftian world of unearthly horrors that we live in.
Of the things that I know about which will kill you fast via just plain insultingly potent venom, which is a not insignificant number of things because I know a not insignificant number of things, there are about 3 things in the ocean – IN THE WHOLE OCEAN – which are so insanely, mind-bogglingly deadly that there is pretty much no possible hope for survival (I mean you CAN, but god help you if you’re ever in that situation, because god’s just about damn near the only thing that CAN help you).  THE. WHOLE. OCEAN.
Those three things are the Irukandji (a tiny (1cm) species of box jellyfish, which has stingers not only on its tentacles but on its BELL, for reasons no one has definitively figured out, and is so toxic despite its size its sting can cause a severe brain hemorrhage), the cone snail (a group of carnivorous sea snails that is accepted to be the most venomous animals on earth, with a STUPIDLY fast acting and extremely powerful neurotoxin that has in at least one case killed a human ALMOST INSTANTANEOUSLY, because the swimmer who found two beautiful shells (unfortunately cone snails tend to have very pretty shells which makes people want to pick them up) was holding them up for a picture and ended up being stabbed in the neck by not one but TWO cone snails at the same time, and it is believed that she was literally dead before she hit the ground, I mean LITERALLY in a 100% non-fictional and non-exaggerated way, in between the time the two cone snails stabbed her and the time her limp body hit the sand, she was not alive anymore), and the blue ringed octopus.
It is POSSIBLE to survive any of these.  But not without immediate medical attention.  Of these three, the Irukandji is by far the most treatable, because Australia and other coastal regions (including Florida and other parts of the US) are kind of experienced in dealing with box jellyfish.
The blue ringed octopus will fucking kill you.  There’s no antidote for their venom, ONE COMPONENT OF WHICH (tetrodotoxin) is 1200 times deadlier than cyanide.  It’s a powerful neurotoxin (most of the worst venoms are because the species that produce them need to kill or at least paralyze their prey quickly, like jellyfish whose fragile tentacles could be damaged if their food doesn’t stop struggling) that attacks the sodium channels and causes muscle paralysis.  It doesn’t necessarily kill you quickly.  It PARALYZES you quickly, so that you can’t really call for help or describe the problem, and you will probably end up slowly suffocating from a paralyzed diaphragm.  Tetrodotoxin can be metabolized by the body in a matter of hours, but it can also kill you in a matter of minutes if you get a lethal dose (which isn’t much, the 

LD50

 or median lethal dose, the dose at which you have a 50% chance of survival, is only 8 MICROGRAMS per kilogram of body weight (as tested in mice)).  This is, by venom standards, not a large amount, which means the animal that is capable of putting this venom inside your body is very very good at killing the absolute shit out of you.
DON’T TOUCH THE BLUE RINGED OCTOPUS.
Now, because overkill is my motto, let me briefly explain why Conus geographus is the undisputed champion of YOU WILL NOT SURVIVE, AND FURTHERMORE FUCK YOU FOR THINKING OTHERWISE.
A cone snail walks into a bar.  You’d expect the bartender to ask, “what’s your poison,” but they were paralyzed before they could ask and OH LOOK they’re already FUCKING DEAD ON THE GROUND.
Conus geographus is about 4-6 inches long and nature’s equivalent of Avada Kedavra.  Cone snails literally have their own KIND of toxins named after them: conotoxin.  Not only is there no antidote, but their venom AGGRESSIVELY RESISTS our ability to find a cure, because we barely understand how it works AND conotoxins are so internally varied, even within a single species, that any one antidote isn’t going to help because they’re constantly mutating and evolving their venom to prevent their prey from evolving a resistance to it.  Plus their venom is like, a bunch of different venoms all at once JUST IN CASE any one of them wasn’t good enough.
I want you to read these two sentences from the wiki page on conotoxin:
“Conotoxins have a variety of mechanisms of actions, most of which have not been determined.”


“The LD50 of conotoxin is 50 ng/kg.”
Remember how the 

LD50 of tetrodotoxin is 8μg/kg?  Conotoxin is 160 times more potent.  FIFTY NANOGRAMS PER KILOGRAM HAS A 50% CHANCE OF KILLING YOU. A 220-POUND HUMAN HAS A 50% CHANCE OF SURVIVAL AGAINST JUST 5 MICROGRAMS OF CONOTOXIN.  
I DID SOME MATH.  
IT WOULD TAKE 7-9 MILLIGRAMS OF CONOTOXIN TO KILL A BLUE WHALE, THE HEAVIEST ANIMAL TO EVER LIVE. (based on weight estimates from 300-400,000 lbs.)
Conus geographus is so fucking deadly that “In two cases of envenomation, only 0.0002-0.0005 mg resulted in severe paralysis.”
THIS THING KILLS STUFF SO HARD THAT BEFORE YOU HEAR THE FIRST “MORTAL KOMBAT” IN THE MORTAL KOMBAT THEME, THERE’S PROBABLY ALREADY BEEN A FATALITY.
And guess what?  Cone snails don’t do that NOOB SHIT with the superficial biting or stinging.  Your wetsuit or gloves won’t protect you.  Because homeboy didn’t bring teeth to evolution’s knife fight.  Oh no.  It brought a motherfucking radula POISON HARPOON.  It’s lightning fast and has way more piercing power than some silly little cnidocytes or salivary bacteria.
Another component of their venom is being researched for its potential as a pain reliever.  “WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT????” you might reasonably ask.  And you would be right to do so, because science has gone too far and has surely sinned against the very image of Mollusca Kedavra.  Well, it turns out the answer is “Research shows that certain component proteins of the venom target specific human pain receptors and can be up to 10,000 times more potent than morphine without morphine’s addictive properties and side-effects.”  That’s right, the part of their venom that SPECIFICALLY DOESN’T HURT YOU is up to 10,000 times more potent than morphine.
Also, Conus geographus (along with one other cone snail species, C. tulipa) is the only known non-human animal to weaponize insulin.  In addition to the normal insulin that the snails produce for their own use, their bodies manufacture an ADDITIONAL insulin molecule that is similar to the kind produced in fish (which they eat) for the sole purpose of stunning their prey through hypoglycemic shock.  BECAUSE APPARENTLY THEY DON’T FEEL LIKE THEY’D KILL YOU HARD ENOUGH OTHERWISE.
IF you are going to survive the ALMIGHTY CONE SNAIL, WHO KNOWS NO FEAR, TRIUMPHANT HEDGEMON OF THE MOLECULAR ARMS RACE, TRUE BORN HEIR TO THE SCYTHE OF DEATH ITSELF, FISHSLAYER, GOD AMONG MOLLUSKS, WHOSE WRATH IS MERCIFUL ONLY IN ITS BREVITY, ADMIRABLE IN ITS BEAUTY AND UNSULLIED BY THE UNWORTHY TOUCH OF MORTAL HANDS OR SCALES OR REALLY ANYTHING IN RANGE OF ITS RADULA HARPOON, then literally the only thing that’s going to save you is for you to be kept alive artificially (externalizing your respiratory functions to force your body to continue breathing, basically) until the effects of the venom wear off.  And because of how quickly this venom acts, you need to get that medical attention VERY, VERY FAST.
And if you don’t get it, you will still be conscious while the paralysis slowly suffocates you to death.
Don’t touch the pretty shells.


I’ve never been so intrigued to learn how easily I could be fucking exterminated from existence by the overpowered sea creatures of the world. You’ve done a better job at keeping my attention then any of my teachers ever have.


You know what I’m putting this on the writing blog cause I personally can see potential in some fantasy villain attempting to weaponise cone snailsIn which case, all hail snail king 🐌

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Anaconda, Assassination, and Books: gaypussyretard Hentai Murder of Archduke erdinand friendly-neighborhood-ehrhardt this image actually makes complete sense & that is a fucking trip & a half. the-sprock You can take it back even further to the Archudke's assassin just bumping into him deciding to get a sandwich. One man's need for lunch 100 years ago gave rise to tentacle porn half the world away. What a world. isaroseh Is anybody going to explain? No? Okay kemonododo 1. Archduke Ferndinand is murdered, causing World War 1. 2. The Allies win WW1, imposing the Treaty of Versailles on Germany 3. This causes tension between Germany and the rest of Europe, something Adolf Hitler takes advantage of and begins WW2. 4. Japan joins the axis in WW2 in order to expand their empire. 5. The Axis is defeated, and Japan comes under US occupation 6. American soldiers bring comic books, cartoons, and other American mediums to Japan which stay behind even after the occupation is over. 7. Post-WW2 Japan imposes strict censorship laws that include the banning of most conventional porn. 8. Japanese citizens retaliate by drawing comics with women having sex with vaguely penis-shaped objects like tentacles to exploit loopholes in the law. 9. It establishes itself as a fetish even after the laws are relaxed, and so Hentai was born. 60,940 notes How the Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferndinand led to the creation of Hentai
Anaconda, Assassination, and Books: gaypussyretard
 Hentai
 Murder of
 Archduke
 erdinand
 friendly-neighborhood-ehrhardt
 this image actually makes complete sense &
 that is a fucking trip & a half.
 the-sprock
 You can take it back even further to the
 Archudke's assassin just bumping into him
 deciding to get a sandwich. One man's need
 for lunch 100 years ago gave rise to tentacle
 porn half the world away. What a world.
 isaroseh
 Is anybody going to explain?
 No? Okay
 kemonododo
 1. Archduke Ferndinand is murdered,
 causing World War 1.
 2. The Allies win WW1, imposing the Treaty
 of Versailles on Germany
 3. This causes tension between Germany
 and the rest of Europe, something Adolf
 Hitler takes advantage of and begins WW2.
 4. Japan joins the axis in WW2 in order to
 expand their empire.
 5. The Axis is defeated, and Japan comes
 under US occupation
 6. American soldiers bring comic books,
 cartoons, and other American mediums
 to Japan which stay behind even after the
 occupation is over.
 7. Post-WW2 Japan imposes strict
 censorship laws that include the banning of
 most conventional porn.
 8. Japanese citizens retaliate by drawing
 comics with women having sex with vaguely
 penis-shaped objects like tentacles to
 exploit loopholes in the law.
 9. It establishes itself as a fetish even after
 the laws are relaxed, and so Hentai was born.
 60,940 notes
How the Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferndinand led to the creation of Hentai

How the Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferndinand led to the creation of Hentai

Bad, Cute, and Fucking: wittyusernamed My buddy read an article about octopus intelligence. It was feeding time, and the handler dumped some shrimp into an octopus' tank. Then he went into another room and sat at his desk. A while later, a shrimp was tossed onto his desk The octopus, upon finding one bad shrimp in the lot, had grabbed it, escaped its tank, crossed the hall, and threw the expired shrimp at its caretaker. Not only does this showcase their problem-solving capabilities, but also that it could have escaped at any time. It just broke out this time to chuck an off shrimp in indignation at its handler. That's not just intelligence, that's a human-like reaction. Kinda make you wonder exactly how smart these guys can be.. queensjenn OH MY GOD roseweasley7 I went to the aquarium once and we had a tour and we walked past the octopus tank and it was duct taped shut so l asked why and the guy was like. "Well, we had a problem before because these fish were disappearing randomly at night and we had no idea why. Turns out the octopus had memorised the night guards rounds and would creep out of its tank, crawl across the floor to the fish tank, have a little snack and be back in its own tank with the lid shut before the guard came back." they are super smart dominawritesthings I love octopuses so, so much. cassandrashipsit I am both delighted and FUCKING TERRIFIED. ze-witch-arteest Once I went to the aquarium where they had a baby pacific red octopus in a tank. I had gone there to work on a few real life sketches, obviously I wanted to do one of an octopus. So I kinda just kneeled in front of the tank, and started sketching The octopus didn't mind, he sat happily. Then, 5 minutes later, he started moving to the front of the tank, where I was. This tiny octopus faces me directly and starts posing. I don't know how other to explain it but he started curlung his tentacles in this really graceful way then wouldn't move for a few minutes. Then again, a new pose. That tiny cute motherfucker More laughs at FUNsubstance.com Prankster Gangster
Bad, Cute, and Fucking: wittyusernamed
 My buddy read an article about octopus
 intelligence. It was feeding time, and the
 handler dumped some shrimp into an
 octopus' tank. Then he went into another
 room and sat at his desk.
 A while later, a shrimp was tossed onto
 his desk
 The octopus, upon finding one bad
 shrimp in the lot, had grabbed it,
 escaped its tank, crossed the hall, and
 threw the expired shrimp at its caretaker.
 Not only does this showcase their
 problem-solving capabilities, but also
 that it could have escaped at any time. It
 just broke out this time to chuck an off
 shrimp in indignation at its handler.
 That's not just intelligence, that's a
 human-like reaction. Kinda make you
 wonder exactly how smart these guys
 can be..
 queensjenn
 OH MY GOD
 roseweasley7
 I went to the aquarium once and we had
 a tour and we walked past the octopus
 tank and it was duct taped shut so l
 asked why and the guy was like. "Well,
 we had a problem before because these
 fish were disappearing randomly at night
 and we had no idea why. Turns out the
 octopus had memorised the night guards
 rounds and would creep out of its tank,
 crawl across the floor to the fish tank,
 have a little snack and be back in its own
 tank with the lid shut before the guard
 came back." they are super smart
 dominawritesthings
 I love octopuses so, so much.
 cassandrashipsit
 I am both delighted and FUCKING
 TERRIFIED.
 ze-witch-arteest
 Once I went to the aquarium where they
 had a baby pacific red octopus in a tank.
 I had gone there to work on a few real life
 sketches, obviously I wanted to do one of
 an octopus. So I kinda just kneeled in
 front of the tank, and started sketching
 The octopus didn't mind, he sat happily.
 Then, 5 minutes later, he started moving
 to the front of the tank, where I was. This
 tiny octopus faces me directly and starts
 posing. I don't know how other to explain
 it but he started curlung his tentacles in
 this really graceful way then wouldn't
 move for a few minutes. Then again, a
 new pose. That tiny cute motherfucker
 More laughs at FUNsubstance.com
Prankster Gangster

Prankster Gangster

Bad, Cute, and Fucking: wittyusernamed y buddy read an article about octopu:s intelligence. It was feeding time, and the handler dumped some shrimp into an octopus' tank. Then he went into another room and sat at his desk. A while later, a shrimp was tossed onto his desk. he octopus, upon finding one bad shrimp in the t, had grabbed it, escaped its tank, crossed the hall, and threw the expired shrimp at its caretaker. Not only does this showcase thei problem-solving capabilities, but also that it could have escaped at any time. It just broke out this time to chuck an off shrimp in indignation at its handler. That's not just intelligence, that's a human-like reaction. Kinda make you wonder exactly how smart these guys can be queensjenn OH MY GOD roseweasley7 I went to the aquarium once and we had a tour and we walked past the octopus tank and it was duct taped shut so I asked why and the guy was like. "Well, we had a problem before because these fish were disappearing randomly at night and we had no idea why. Turns out the octopus had memorised the night guards rounds and would creep out of its tank, crawl across the floor to the fish tank, have a little snack and be back in its own tank with the lid shut before the guard came back." they are super smart dominawritesthings love octopuses so, so much 竭cassandrashipsit I am both delighted and FUCKING TERRIFIED. ze-witch-arteest ce I went to the aquarium where they had a baby pacific red octopus in a tank. I had gone there to work on a few real life sketches obviously I wanted to do one of an octopus. So l kinda just kneeled in front of the tank, and started sketching. The octopus didn't mind, he sat happily. Then, 5 minutes later, he started moving to the front of the tank, where I was. This tiny octopus faces me directly and starts posing I don't know how other to explain it but he started curlung his tentacles in this really graceful way then wouldn't move for a few minutes. Then again, a new pose. That tiny cute motherfucker knew I was drawing him. The more the days go by the closer they get to overthrowing us
Bad, Cute, and Fucking: wittyusernamed
 y buddy read an article about octopu:s
 intelligence. It was feeding time, and the handler
 dumped some shrimp into an octopus' tank.
 Then he went into another room and sat at his
 desk.
 A while later, a shrimp was tossed onto his desk.
 he octopus, upon finding one bad shrimp in the
 t, had grabbed it, escaped its tank, crossed the
 hall, and threw the expired shrimp at its
 caretaker. Not only does this showcase thei
 problem-solving capabilities, but also that it
 could have escaped at any time. It just broke out
 this time to chuck an off shrimp in indignation at
 its handler. That's not just intelligence, that's a
 human-like reaction. Kinda make you wonder
 exactly how smart these guys can be
 queensjenn
 OH MY GOD
 roseweasley7
 I went to the aquarium once and we had a tour
 and we walked past the octopus tank and it was
 duct taped shut so I asked why and the guy was
 like. "Well, we had a problem before because
 these fish were disappearing randomly at night
 and we had no idea why. Turns out the octopus
 had memorised the night guards rounds and
 would creep out of its tank, crawl across the
 floor to the fish tank, have a little snack and be
 back in its own tank with the lid shut before the
 guard came back." they are super smart
 dominawritesthings
 love octopuses so, so much
 竭cassandrashipsit
 I am both delighted and FUCKING TERRIFIED.
 ze-witch-arteest
 ce I went to the aquarium where they had a
 baby pacific red octopus in a tank. I had gone
 there to work on a few real life sketches
 obviously I wanted to do one of an octopus. So l
 kinda just kneeled in front of the tank, and
 started sketching. The octopus didn't mind, he
 sat happily. Then, 5 minutes later, he started
 moving to the front of the tank, where I was. This
 tiny octopus faces me directly and starts posing
 I don't know how other to explain it but he
 started curlung his tentacles in this really
 graceful way then wouldn't move for a few
 minutes. Then again, a new pose. That tiny cute
 motherfucker knew I was drawing him.
The more the days go by the closer they get to overthrowing us

The more the days go by the closer they get to overthrowing us

Bad, Cute, and Fucking: wittyusernamed y buddy read an article about octopu:s intelligence. It was feeding time, and the handler dumped some shrimp into an octopus' tank. Then he went into another room and sat at his desk. A while later, a shrimp was tossed onto his desk. he octopus, upon finding one bad shrimp in the lot, had grabbed it, escaped its tank, crossed the hall, and threw the expired shrimp at its caretaker. Not only does this showcase thei problem-solving capabilities, but also that it could have escaped at any time. It just broke out this time to chuck an off shrimp in indignation at its handler. That's not just intelligence, that's a human-like reaction. Kinda make you wonder exactly how smart these guys can be ... queensjenn OH MY GOD roseweasley7 I went to the aquarium once and we had a tour and we walked past the octopus tank and it was duct taped shut so I asked why and the guy was like. "Well, we had a problem before because these fish were disappearing randomly at night and we had no idea why. Turns out the octopus had memorised the night guards rounds and would creep out of its tank, crawl across the floor to the fish tank, have a little snack and be back in its own tank with the lid shut before the guard came back." they are super smart dominawritesthings love octopuses so, so much cassandrashipsit I am both delighted and FUCKING TERRIFIED ze-witch-arteest ce l went to the aquarium where they had a baby pacific red octopus in a tank. I had gone there to work on a few real life sketches obviously I wanted to do one of an octopus. So l kinda just kneeled in front of the tank, and started sketching. The octopus didn't mind, he sat happily. Then, 5 minutes later, he started moving to the front of the tank, where I was. This tiny octopus faces me directly and starts posing I don't know how other to explain it but he started curlung his tentacles in this really graceful way then wouldn't move for a few minutes. Then again, a new pose. That tiny cute motherfucker knew I was drawing him. Very intelligent. They only stay in their tanks because they like it there.
Bad, Cute, and Fucking: wittyusernamed
 y buddy read an article about octopu:s
 intelligence. It was feeding time, and the handler
 dumped some shrimp into an octopus' tank.
 Then he went into another room and sat at his
 desk.
 A while later, a shrimp was tossed onto his desk.
 he octopus, upon finding one bad shrimp in the
 lot, had grabbed it, escaped its tank, crossed the
 hall, and threw the expired shrimp at its
 caretaker. Not only does this showcase thei
 problem-solving capabilities, but also that it
 could have escaped at any time. It just broke out
 this time to chuck an off shrimp in indignation at
 its handler. That's not just intelligence, that's a
 human-like reaction. Kinda make you wonder
 exactly how smart these guys can be
 ...
 queensjenn
 OH MY GOD
 roseweasley7
 I went to the aquarium once and we had a tour
 and we walked past the octopus tank and it was
 duct taped shut so I asked why and the guy was
 like. "Well, we had a problem before because
 these fish were disappearing randomly at night
 and we had no idea why. Turns out the octopus
 had memorised the night guards rounds and
 would creep out of its tank, crawl across the
 floor to the fish tank, have a little snack and be
 back in its own tank with the lid shut before the
 guard came back." they are super smart
 dominawritesthings
 love octopuses so, so much
 cassandrashipsit
 I am both delighted and FUCKING TERRIFIED
 ze-witch-arteest
 ce l went to the aquarium where they had a
 baby pacific red octopus in a tank. I had gone
 there to work on a few real life sketches
 obviously I wanted to do one of an octopus. So l
 kinda just kneeled in front of the tank, and
 started sketching. The octopus didn't mind, he
 sat happily. Then, 5 minutes later, he started
 moving to the front of the tank, where I was. This
 tiny octopus faces me directly and starts posing
 I don't know how other to explain it but he
 started curlung his tentacles in this really
 graceful way then wouldn't move for a few
 minutes. Then again, a new pose. That tiny cute
 motherfucker knew I was drawing him.
Very intelligent. They only stay in their tanks because they like it there.

Very intelligent. They only stay in their tanks because they like it there.

Bad, Cute, and Fucking: wittyusernamed y buddy read an article about octopu:s intelligence. It was feeding time, and the handler dumped some shrimp into an octopus' tank. Then he went into another room and sat at his desk. A while later, a shrimp was tossed onto his desk. he octopus, upon finding one bad shrimp in the t, had grabbed it, escaped its tank, crossed the hall, and threw the expired shrimp at its caretaker. Not only does this showcase thei problem-solving capabilities, but also that it could have escaped at any time. It just broke out this time to chuck an off shrimp in indignation at its handler. That's not just intelligence, that's a human-like reaction. Kinda make you wonder exactly how smart these guys can be queensjenn OH MY GOD roseweasley7 I went to the aquarium once and we had a tour and we walked past the octopus tank and it was duct taped shut so I asked why and the guy was like. "Well, we had a problem before because these fish were disappearing randomly at night and we had no idea why. Turns out the octopus had memorised the night guards rounds and would creep out of its tank, crawl across the floor to the fish tank, have a little snack and be back in its own tank with the lid shut before the guard came back." they are super smart dominawritesthings love octopuses so, so much 竭cassandrashipsit I am both delighted and FUCKING TERRIFIED. ze-witch-arteest ce I went to the aquarium where they had a baby pacific red octopus in a tank. I had gone there to work on a few real life sketches obviously I wanted to do one of an octopus. So l kinda just kneeled in front of the tank, and started sketching. The octopus didn't mind, he sat happily. Then, 5 minutes later, he started moving to the front of the tank, where I was. This tiny octopus faces me directly and starts posing I don't know how other to explain it but he started curlung his tentacles in this really graceful way then wouldn't move for a few minutes. Then again, a new pose. That tiny cute motherfucker knew I was drawing him. The more the days go by the closer they get to overthrowing us
Bad, Cute, and Fucking: wittyusernamed
 y buddy read an article about octopu:s
 intelligence. It was feeding time, and the handler
 dumped some shrimp into an octopus' tank.
 Then he went into another room and sat at his
 desk.
 A while later, a shrimp was tossed onto his desk.
 he octopus, upon finding one bad shrimp in the
 t, had grabbed it, escaped its tank, crossed the
 hall, and threw the expired shrimp at its
 caretaker. Not only does this showcase thei
 problem-solving capabilities, but also that it
 could have escaped at any time. It just broke out
 this time to chuck an off shrimp in indignation at
 its handler. That's not just intelligence, that's a
 human-like reaction. Kinda make you wonder
 exactly how smart these guys can be
 queensjenn
 OH MY GOD
 roseweasley7
 I went to the aquarium once and we had a tour
 and we walked past the octopus tank and it was
 duct taped shut so I asked why and the guy was
 like. "Well, we had a problem before because
 these fish were disappearing randomly at night
 and we had no idea why. Turns out the octopus
 had memorised the night guards rounds and
 would creep out of its tank, crawl across the
 floor to the fish tank, have a little snack and be
 back in its own tank with the lid shut before the
 guard came back." they are super smart
 dominawritesthings
 love octopuses so, so much
 竭cassandrashipsit
 I am both delighted and FUCKING TERRIFIED.
 ze-witch-arteest
 ce I went to the aquarium where they had a
 baby pacific red octopus in a tank. I had gone
 there to work on a few real life sketches
 obviously I wanted to do one of an octopus. So l
 kinda just kneeled in front of the tank, and
 started sketching. The octopus didn't mind, he
 sat happily. Then, 5 minutes later, he started
 moving to the front of the tank, where I was. This
 tiny octopus faces me directly and starts posing
 I don't know how other to explain it but he
 started curlung his tentacles in this really
 graceful way then wouldn't move for a few
 minutes. Then again, a new pose. That tiny cute
 motherfucker knew I was drawing him.
The more the days go by the closer they get to overthrowing us

The more the days go by the closer they get to overthrowing us