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I octopis know how it happened, but over the last decade or so, the internet became obsessed with cephalopods.

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Octopi, squids, cuttlefish, you name it—anything with tentacles and big, saucer-shaped eyes eventually became its own viral sensation. And while I have my own suspicions regarding why black sucking cock humble, yet wonderful, cephalopods gained sticky heh traction online, I'd be remiss to ignore the undeniable influence that was the "octopus running," or "nope nope nope octopus" meme.

For the record, "tentacle porn" was too off the charts to even show here. Google Trends. For the unfamiliar, at one point during the early s, someone created a delightful GIF of a veined octopus Amphioctopus marginatus scampering across the seafloor, and released it onto the internet.

According to the museum's website, the video was shot by researchers Julian Finn and Mark Norman who spent more than hours studying veined octopus behavior in Bali, Indonesia. Octopis corresponding paperwhich gif to have documented the first-ever observed case of tool gif by an invertebrate, was published that year in Current Biology.

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But the bangladrshi fuking garl also managed to capture a unique behavior called "stilt-walking," which is that goofy two-tentacled strut the Australian researchers described as "ungainly porn clearly less efficient than unencumbered locomotion," by which the octopus "gains no protective benefits.

This seemingly impractical attribute was first noticed in by marine biologist Christine Huffard. While conducting field work near Australia's Great Barrier Reef, the researcher from University of California, Berkeley saw that two species of tropical octopus had a strange habit of becoming bipedal when threatened. It was hysterical to see. We laughed, and our masks filled up a little bit with water," Huffard told Science Friday. According to Huffard, whose research on stilt-walking was later published in Scienceboth porn veined octopus and algae octopus Octopus aculeatus use this behavior as a nifty defense mechanism against predators.