The Giant Pacific Octopus is the largest octopus species and can grow to 23 feet and 150 lbs. Here is a link to more information about the Giant Pacific Octopus, and other species.
The title of giant octopus goes to Enteroctopus dofleini (north pacific giant octopus). This octopus holds the record of being the world’s largest octopus weighing 156.5 pounds and had a total length of 23 feet. The remaining members of the genus are substantially smaller Average weight of the north pacific giant octopus is usually around 33 pounds with an arm span of up to 14 feet. There have been questionable records of specimens up to 600 pounds in weight with a 30 foot arm span.
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