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Monday, April 19, 2021

Australia: Geologist beaten up by ‘angriest octopus’ on beach | BBC News

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It was just another beach day for Lance Karlson, a geologist, when suddenly he was lashed out by what he described as the “angriest octopus” while swimming on holiday at a Western Australian beach. The octopus was seen in the shallow waters first before attacking Karlson, where its tentacles left stinging red welts on his skin. Karlson immediately treated himself with cola, which is the only thing he has with him, and to his surprise, it worked.

Source: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-56612257

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