A wildlife conservation site which aims to save the rare Pacific Northwest tree octopus from extinction… except it isn’t. A great site to use that illustrates that not all information on the web can be trusted.
🐙Site aiming to save tree octopus from extinction… except it isn’t. It’s an e-safety site to teach unsavvy surfers https://t.co/60G2AdOVlX#UKEdChat #EdChat #aussieED pic.twitter.com/DhNig7KpBs
— Teacher: Martin Burrett (@ICTmagic) November 16, 2017
Click to view the Tree Octopus website
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