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Freshwater cephs? I don't know...



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Feb 29, 2008
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this is no joke!!!

i read an article on octopuses drifting in from the ocean to freshwater rivers and lakes. scientists have studied this behaviour and have found that some octopus species have adapted to freshwater!!!

dead serious!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:bugout:
 

Thales

Colossal Squid
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Jan 22, 2004
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Date Schmate!

Its true. The freshwater ceph, O. neildiamondanus, has been known for years, but saltwater snobs want to stop any research into this animal for fear of fear itself.
 



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