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(The Mainichi (Japan))   Nine-legged octopus found off Japanese coast, with those curious about this unusual creature now able to see it on display at town's local nature center. Alas, extra leg was only noticed as fisherman was boiling octopus to death   (mainichi.jp) divider line
    More: Strange, Miyagi Prefecture, extra leg, Ocean, town's local nature center, 46-year-old, Honshū, unusual creature, Prefectures of Japan  
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2020-11-29 9:40:04 PM  
Novopus
 
2020-11-29 11:45:00 PM  
Okay, is there anyone here who HASN'T seen this anime?
 
2020-11-29 11:45:30 PM  
Heh, dumb joke in headline
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Holy fark!
 
2020-11-29 11:47:01 PM  
At least it didn't end up thrown onto the rink in Detroit.

/so it has that going for it
 
2020-11-29 11:49:47 PM  
when I lived in Hawaii a cashier at a local mini mart had an extra finger on one hand growing out of the middle of her pinkie
 
2020-11-30 12:43:25 AM  

johnny_vegas: when I lived in Hawaii a cashier at a local mini mart had an extra finger on one hand growing out of the middle of her pinkie


What a shocker!
 
2020-11-30 4:10:34 AM  
Too soon/late to blame this on Fukushima?
 
2020-11-30 8:46:52 AM  
It is especially cruel and says a lot about Asians that they cook their food to death frequently.
 
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