A photo of an octopus splayed out in a Miami Beach parking garage after the latest King Tide captivated the internet, but a University of Miami associate biology professor said residents should get used to seeing sea creatures in traditionally dry spaces.
A photo of an octopus splayed out in a Miami Beach parking garage after the latest King Tide captivated the internet, but a University of Miami associate biology professor said residents should get used to seeing sea creatures in traditionally dry spaces. Richard Conlin / Facebook
A photo of an octopus splayed out in a Miami Beach parking garage after the latest King Tide captivated the internet, but a University of Miami associate biology professor said residents should get used to seeing sea creatures in traditionally dry spaces. Richard Conlin / Facebook

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