Updated: Nov 21, 2021
WUAPASS has taken the liberty to name the recently discovered and photographed Octopi from a moon of Jupiter - the first two adult couples to be named Ralph and Isabelle, Lester and Elsie. These two sets of elder Octopi have been photographed living in a "small lake" on a moon of Jupiter. Scientists have determined "Octopuses have no DNA relating to any other organism on our planet, and must've therefore been introduced to Earth from another world." NASA photographs have clearly shown 2 adult couples and a family of Octopi existing on this moon of Jupiter.