oc to po des

Oh, and I forgot to mention the bipedal octopus. First, read this New Scientist article, and then watch that octopus run!

2 responses to “oc to po des”

  1. I’m pretty sure I’ve seen the same animal mimic a cuttlefish, lion-fish, sea snake and foliage, never walking about like a supermodel. I so need one.

  2. I was going to ask if you meant octopedal, but I actually bothered to read the article (I’d seen this discussed in someone else’s LJ earlier) and low and behold, it IS bipedal.

    How odd.