Invertebrate Inhabits DC.

Looks like when you lose a furry and famous giant panda, you get a greasy grimy giant octopus. That’s the news at the National Zoo in DC. Weighing in at just three pounds this year, this new Washingtonian invertebrate (who arrived at the zoo in late January) will grow to be 13 times it’s current size in just one year. He’s got no name as of yet, but he should be earning his “leggy” moniker sometime next month. =) Fun fact: Giant Pacific octopuses are slightly bigger than a grain of rice when hatched, but can eventually weigh hundreds of pounds with an arm span of up to 25 feet an adult.


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