- Thermopods -

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Scientists recently discovered a brand new member of the Octopoda Family that lives exclusively in the sky. This newly discovered species is now called Thermopods because they have first been discovered in the atmospheric layer known as the Thermosphere
(the International Space-station and many satellites orbit the Earth in the … (read more)

Scientists recently discovered a brand new member of the Octopoda Family that lives exclusively in the sky. This newly discovered species is now called Thermopods because they have first been discovered in the atmospheric layer known as the Thermosphere
(the International Space-station and many satellites orbit the Earth in the Thermosphere, this atmospheric layer can be found as high as 1000 KM above ground level.)
later research has shown that these tiny octopuses can actually be found in every layer of the earths atmosphere. At present, only a few facts are known about the Themopods, they seem to get no bigger then 10 Millimeter in size, they appear to be able to change color and they communicate using high pitched screech. How these tiny octopuses stay afloat in the atmosphere is still unknown.

- Thermopods -
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hairofmedusa
2020/12/29

Wow !

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