Indigenous Australians were hoarding Vegemite to make moonshine, wombats were dying of mange, and the common Sydney octopus was observed to send its rivals color-coded signals that revealed whether it planned to stand its ground. | Harper's Magazine

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Indigenous Australians were hoarding Vegemite to make moonshine, wombats were dying of mange, and the common Sydney octopus was observed to send its rivals color-coded signals that revealed whether it planned to stand its ground.

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Indigenous Australians were hoarding Vegemite to make moonshine, wombats were dying of mange, and the common Sydney octopus was observed to send its rivals color-coded signals that revealed whether it planned to stand its ground.

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