New Zealand has a new national flower.

October Flower has been announced as the national flower of the island nation of Kiribati.

Octopuses will be among the thousands of native animals that will make their home on the island, along with kiwi, penguins, manta rays, peregrine falcons and other birds.

Octopus populations in New Zealand have been on the decline for decades, but the country’s new government is making a push to revive the species.

“I am very excited to announce Octopuss as the official national flower,” Kiribali’s Prime Minister, Maumato Asere, said on Twitter.

“It is a beautiful, natural and beautiful bird.

It has the power to heal the planet and help save lives.”

The plant, which has been growing in popularity in recent years, is now a major tourist attraction.

Octopian flowers are a species that grows on the ocean floor and can grow to a height of 10 metres.

They can produce an oily liquid, which is used for cosmetics, perfumes and even hair.

But Octopus, like other Octopi, are considered endangered.

The new Octopuises are the first species to be designated as a species of national importance by the New Zealand Government.

The country is set to celebrate its 200th anniversary this year, and the government is aiming to create more Octopies.

The plant will be planted in every public park, and visitors will be able to buy octopi to decorate their homes.