Octopus are able to blend into climate change because they are able to stand the changes.
When fisherman go fish for other creatures octopus seem to be most of the by-catch.
"A group of researchers have found that since the 1950s, the population of octopus, squid, and cuttlefish in the world's oceans has exploded." The reasoning behind this is because they are some of the only sea life that actually has the ability to adapt to anything.
Climate change and over fishing may be one of the reasons that their population is booming so much. Octopus have been proven to show that with climate change they can adapt no matter what the condition is in the ocean. The climate changes make way for new life for an octopus to grow and expand in population.
One thing we can do to help the octopus population is to let them spread and grow around the sea because they are able to adapt to anything so they can run the life cycle without going endangered.
Another thing we can do for the octopus population, is that we can move octopus into new areas of the sea especially if they can adapt to their surrounding, therefore helping other life.
All in all these creatures can definatly survive in the ocean because they have the ability to adjust with climate change and the population is great in numbers because their population is always booming so they cant be overfished anytime soon.