If it's on the Internet, it must be true, right? At least that's what many children believe, according to a recent study at the University of Connecticut. The researchers asked a group of seventh graders to research the tree octopus and directed them to a website for information. According to the site, the rare creature lives in the rainforests on the West Coast. It has eight arms and a soft body, just like a regular octopus. But it doesn't exist; the website was bogus. Nevertheless, the students who saw the site thought it was real.