Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus?

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The Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus is an Internet hoax. This animal does not exist. It was created in 1998 by Lyle Zapato. It is supposedly an endangered species.
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It is extremely elusive : it is one of several mythical creatures said to inhabit the northwest US (but south of Canada, fortunately for them) *The "Pacific tree octopus"
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The Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus is not a real species of octopus. It is a internet-based hoax created in 1998 by Lyle Zapato.
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.internet hoax and therefore, it is not endangered. _ _ The Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus. was an internet hoax created in 1998 by Lyle Zapato. This fictitious endangered species
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1. Look at the green part of the tree. Do you see cones and needles? If so, this is a conifer. Continue to Step 2. If not, skip to the section on Evergreens. 2. Look at the needles.
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