By Kid Reporter ROBERT IVKO, age 12
Icelandic and Norweigan legends describe a giant octopus that destroyed ships at sea: a Kraken. On October 10, paleontologist Mark McMenamin told the Geological Society of America that he has found proof of this ancient creature’s existence, as well as the first known self-portrait, by the octopus! Most paleontologists think McMenamin’s proof is indirect and not conclusive. They would like to see physical evidence of the Kraken.
Read the press release from the Geological Society of America here: Giant Kraken Lair Disovered
Paleontologist (pey-lee-uhn-TOL-uh-jist): A person who studies the fossils of plants, animals and other forms of life that existed in prehistoric times.
5 thoughts on “Does the Mythical Octopus Exist?”
i dont think they really exist its justa myth
I don’t think that it is true, but if I could see the proof I might believe it more.
this is realy cool!!!! i wish it will exist!!!
I think the proof is meager, but I really wish to see this beast alive.