Giant Octopus (DOCUMENTARY)

This documentary looks at the Enteroctopus, an octopus genus, many of whose members are sometimes known as giant octopuses. This full documentary goes in search of Enteroctopus, a genus of generally temperate octopus. Members of the genus Enteroctopus are characterized by their large size and are often known as the giant octopuses. The member of this genus that best embodies the common name "giant octopus" is Enteroctopus dofleini, which holds the record of being the world's largest octopus based on direct ...
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Bence Juhasz
Bence Juhasz
Oct 18
hi
FNAF_L0V3R
FNAF_L0V3R
Nov 26
Hello!
Clara Hughes
Clara Hughes
Dec 24
hey-oh!!
TheUserbob123
TheUserbob123
Jan 11
biased for entertainment.
Cindy Star
Cindy Star
Jan 11
Oh my god
Karen Bivens
Karen Bivens
Jan 11
James Lide w
John Gazsi
John Gazsi
Jan 11
Misclicks the video
Ali Akbar Safdari
Ali Akbar Safdari
Jan 11
Shitty American documentary. Avoid at all cost.
FriendlyAryan
FriendlyAryan
Jan 11
yea, everything is DRAMATIC and EXITING so the low IQ retard americans won't lose interest after 3 min.
bigd8581
bigd8581
Jan 11
GatesOfVienna Says the dumbass who can't spell EXCITING!
Mikki Yeong
Mikki Yeong
Jan 11
it's ignorant to think a kraken type creature would be in amerika i do believe it exists but in the depths humans can't go yet
14ccr
14ccr
Jan 11
We may have been to the deepest part, but over all, we've only explore about 5% of the ocean... no one knows whats down there.
Whatsinmypocket
Whatsinmypocket
Jan 11
How to tell if your country has tiny penis syndrome, step one; try to discredit america's kraken population
Merissa H
Merissa H
Jan 11
call it the kraken :0
tiyease nelson
tiyease nelson
Jan 11
do they EVER find ANYTHING?!
Master Blaster
Master Blaster
Jan 11
Who cares, these creatures exist.
martinmanufacturing
martinmanufacturing
Jan 11
+LanguageMan1
Andrew Manche
Andrew Manche
Jan 11
was that one frame every 15 seconds?? need 15 frames per second
Tommy Aventador
Tommy Aventador
Jan 11
Octopussy don't have any predators right? I know small ones get eaten by turtles, but what eats the big šŸ™?
Harry Carvin
Harry Carvin
Jan 11
giant tuna
Lydale Richard
Lydale Richard
Jan 11
Documentary felt more like a prank
Pete Kuhns
Pete Kuhns
Jan 11
"If a known species like the Giant Pacific Octopus is capable of attacking a shark for food, the carnage that octopus giganteus can cause is profound" <-- Did a philosopher f*cking write this? WTF LOL...
Helen E
Helen E
Jan 11
Argh.... I prefer documentaries from the UK. Then there is not constancy annoying music, and they don't repeat the same sentence over and over again..
Dave Cruddy
Dave Cruddy
Jan 11
I wouldn't call it a documentary, its more like a ghost story
roro4066 j
roro4066 j
Jan 11
Agreed, and please stop that annoying "esoteric nation" crappy publicity at the end of the documentary!!!
How To Make Sushi
How To Make Sushi
Jan 11
what a scam
Tamara Marshall
Tamara Marshall
Jan 11
waw
Sheldon Rohde
Sheldon Rohde
Jan 11
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Mr1987Joe
Mr1987Joe
Jan 11
The fact that these goofballs are willing to get into the water while supposedly searching for a creature that would most certainly swallow them whole tells me that they have absolutely no real expectation of finding a cephalopoda sea monster, and that it's basically just another jerk-around documentary.
Skull_Krusher
Skull_Krusher
Jan 11
Just go to
Skull_Krusher
Skull_Krusher
Jan 11
+Nature Boy
thommodog
thommodog
Jan 11
Thanks mate
Banana Slam
Banana Slam
Jan 11
history monster hunters or somethin
Joe Vasquez
Joe Vasquez
Jan 11
Everybody now knows that big blob in Florida was part of whale carcass not a giant octopus you idiots.
femylafi
femylafi
Jan 11
Hell no, 4 feet tall, that is pretty much my size, he could eat me whole.
femylafi
femylafi
Jan 11
+NahBish Nah