The pacific northwest tree octopus is a type of octopus that lives in trees and can be found in the temperate rainforests of the Olympic Peninsula on the west coast of North America. Currently, the tree octopus eats prey including large insects and small rodents. The most common color for the octopus is red orange. In the future, due to climate change, the rainforest they live in will turn into a desert. To survive the octopus body shape will remain as is except the head, it would have two little edges on the sides of its head, and instead of being red orange it would be more of a sandy brown color. Furthermore, the octopus’s diet would change and it would eat cacti, insects, and lizards and would live under big rocks to hide from predators .Additionally, it would grow lungs, and would have poisonous suctions to kill its prey
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