Pacific Day Octopus

A Pacific Day Octopus in Hawaii
A Pacific Day Octopus extends its tentacles

Let’s face it, octopuses are just plain odd. They change color in an instant. They disappear while you’re looking at them. They shoot off with surprising speed. They disappear into cracks where you wouldn’t think you could lose a paperclip. And, while looking right at them, they will change shape, oozing out tentacles to redistribute themselves in some other place.

Posted in response to this month’s Becky’s Squares challenge theme of ‘Odd.’ See more responses here.

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