Giant Octopus

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Giant Octopus
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Conservation Status
Not evaluated
Scientific classification
Domain: Eukaryote
Kingdom: Animalia/Cryptid Kingdom
Phylum: Mollusca
Class: Cephalopoda
Order: Octopoda
Family: Enteroctopodidae
Genus: Enteroctopus

Not to be confused with the Giant Squid photographed off the coast of Japaland, this cryptid came to light on November 2006, when two penguin spotted it's carcass on the beach of Club Penguin. Amateur naturalist Dr. Sly Fitzgerald reported on the mutilated body of a creature that was more than eighteen feet long and had tentacles long as thirty feet long. Sly took tissue samples and photographs and studied them at the Club Penguin University, in Club Penguin Island. Sly believed the creature was a 'colossal octopus', But he thought they were whale samples and so. But the college suggests it could be the tissue of an octopus, a squid, or something completely unknown.


First reported in Club Penguin Island, 2006, in the Cove


48 feet long, both body and tentacles


Reef Zones


Club Penguin Island, United States of Antarctica

Physical Characteristics[edit]

Like a normal octopus, it has ten tentacles, with a big head, and a beak