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Not in my part of the PNW I dont think

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Desolas

Free Jolly Jenkins.
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Lynnwood, WA
We have those in Lynnwood. They hunt birds and sometimes outdoor pets. I heard someone in the Northgate area got their Geo Metro eaten by one. I guess they get pretty huge here in our tall trees and all.

I tried keeping one as a pet, but it's hard to get feeder birds. They are expensive, and I couldn't get it to take live or dead mice, or anykind of seafood. Too bad too, it kept the cat out of the house.
 

NaH2O

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Woah! Never thought I'd be thankful to live in Indiana. Yikes, that gives me the creeps. I especially like the link at the bottom for P.E.T.P.U. LOL
 

Alice

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LOL! That's great Jeff. Can't let the kids see this or they'll want one. ;)
 

kevinpo

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Jul 1, 2003
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Location
Spokane Valley, WA
I've taken these steps to help out and you should too:

Write your representatives to let them know that you are concerned and that you feel the tree octopus should be included on the Endangered Species List and given special protection.

Help to build awareness of the tree octopus's plight by telling your friends and co-workers, and by placing a tenticle ribbon on your website.

Boycott companies that use non-tree-octopus-safe wood harvesting practices.

Regards,
Kevin
:D
 

reedman

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Location
Mukilteo, WA
If we would've just kept clear-cutting, these would be endangered or a problem.

Kidding all...my logging side showing through.
 
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