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Octopus Mom (SCRIPT)
An Octopus mother can lay up to two-hundred-fifty-thousand eggs, fastening them to the walls of her den.
Every day, she caresses the eggs with her tentacles, keeping them clean, making sure algae doesn’t grow on them. She also makes sure they have enough oxygen, by constantly keeping the water around them moving.
It takes the eggs up to six months to develop before they hatch.
During all that time, the Octopus mom never leaves her eggs. Not even for a second. Not even to go out and hunt for herself.
So she gets hungry. But she still doesn’t leave. She stays in her den, and cares for her eggs, growing weaker and weaker from...
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