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4 Metre Giant Octopus

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Caught off the coast of New Zealand, this is the remains of what is thought to be the largest Octopus ever caught. It is believed to have been over four metres in length, and weighed 75kg.

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4 meters puts it in the range of the Giant Pacific Octopus! a record holder maybe, but a new creature it is not! I'm still waiting for marine biologists to stumble upon the living globster (a potentially 200 ft. creature)

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Has any one noticed just how often these things wash up off the coast of New Zealand ? unsure.gif

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Hey that is weird... if i ever go I wouldnt drink the water!

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There is evidence now of giant octopi as i saw a tv programme with a man swimming with a live one. i used to swim in the sea but wen i hear about these.......er..........im never setting foot in water again. sad.gif

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I dont know but i bet this goblinshark would GoBLIn him up

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ya octopuses (octopi?) can get really big. i also heard that they have the general intelligence of a domestic cat! original.gif

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Have any of you ever heard of the atlantic drop-off where giant sguids larger then that jellyfish roam free?

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