Certain amongst us, specifically species-traitors at the New England Acquarium, are helping octopi enrich themselves in the fields of box survival and daytime infiltration.
Truman, a 7-foot-long, 30-pound octopus at the New England Aquarium squeezed his body into a 14-inch square acrylic box today in pursuit of food, aquarium officials said. The 30-minute performance drew a crowd of staff and guests.
The caretakers for the octopi at the aquarium place food inside locked boxes as an enrichment activity.
And rather than undoing the latch on the larger box, he squeezed his legs and large head through a two-inch hole in the larger box.
Recommendation: While this strengthens our long recommendation for the Cephalopod Index, don’t confuse our investment recommendation with any changes of species allegiance implied or otherwise. We refuse aid, comfort, and combat skills training to the enemipods out there.
Know that any object that has a 2 inch opening and is 12 square inches or larger (like a toilet bowl while you sit on it…), is one in which an octopus could be lurking, waiting for you, its tentacles ready to wrap you in seaweed and suck you into their razor sharp beak, a process known as “reverse sushi”.
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