Posts Tagged ‘octopus’

Don’t go in the water!

Freshwater octopuses? No, say the experts. BUT, they are turning up in the Ohio River, especially at the Falls of the Ohio State Park in Jeffersonville, Indiana, across the river from Louisville. 3 theories: 1) pets let free 2) an octopus who swam up river from the Gulf of Mexico 3) A saltwater species is adapting to freshwater.

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War? Octopolis and Octlantis are 2 Gloomy octopus cities off the coast of Sydney Australia. So far, they are peaceful. Will they team up and attack human civilization? They are extremely intelligent. Those living near the coasts should take precautions. [Editor’s note: Excessive coffee consumption allows Mr. Suddeth’s paranoia to surface]

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Atlantis Discovered?

In Jervis Bay, off eastern Australia, lives a city of Gloomy Octopuses: Octlantis. With arm spans of 6 feet, they live under rocks in cave-like structures. They are intelligent and often fight over dwellings. They have 3 hearts and are venomous—they are going to take over the world again—Atlantis was their first kingdom. My Octopus Overlords gave me permission to publish this.


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I would like to write a picture book about Gloomy octopuses. That is their name, not their mood, they don’t talk much to people. Off Eastern Australia, researchers spotted a group of them living in an underwater city called Octlantis. They make dens, communicate with each other, and fight over dens. This is near another settlement called Octopolis. (does Octlantis rule over Octopolis?)

Gloomy octopuses are about the size of humans and are able to camouflage themselves by changing colors. They have 3 hearts. Do not make them angry—their raspy tongues are venomous. No word yet on whether they plan to join the UN.


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