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Tiny, Stranded Octopus Thanks His Rescuer

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In what seems to be a bridging of the gulf between two very different species, a tiny octopus appears to thank the man who rescued it, after it was stranded, out of the water. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqAmR1lEN0I

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Piney

Nobody ever said these creatures were stupid. :tu:

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bison

Not only smart, but capable of gratitude, and eloquently communicative, it seems.

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third_eye

I remember the first time I saw a video of something similar to this ...

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Gave me a totally and an entirely whole different perspective of human defined intelligence ...

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quiXilver

Given her immense intellect, problem solving abilities and complete shape and color shifting skills, nature saw fit to limit the octopus to a short life span of around 3 years... just to give all the other species a sporting chance. 

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susieice

That is so sweet! 

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Goddess of the Mist

Beautiful ~ 

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Iilaa'mpuul'xem

Just beautiful... 

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Katniss

Beautiful and a happy ending. Warms my heart. :)

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