Facts about the Octopus Wolfi:
- The world's smallest known octopus is the Octopus Wolfi. It was discovered and officially classified in 1913.
- The Octopus Wolfi measures only 1.5 cm in length!
- These tiny octopuses are found in the Indo-Pacific Ocean
- A full grown Octopus Wolfi weighs less than a gram.
- There is still a lot to be learned about the octopus Wolfi, although it has been noted that the males have fringe-like rims on their suckers, an uncommon trait.