“Wait a minute, I smell something wrong. Everybody knows that the Tree Octopus is found in the coniferous forests of the Pacific Northwest, not in the deciduous forests. What gives?”
Is a common misconception that the magnificent Tree Octopus lives in coniferous forests. In fact it only spawns in confers then migrates into the deciduous forests to live and to gorge themselves on the deadly Tree Mollusks. Every few years they must make the dangerous migration back to the conifer forest using their keen camoflage ability to avoid hordes of aboreal sharks that lie in wait. Its quite breathtaking actually. Would you like to make a donation?
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