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On Friday night, Brett Jones came across a natural anomaly on a beach in Wales. A whole load of octopuses had either been washed up or had crawled up onto the beach.

“It was a bit like an end of days scenario,” Jones told the BBC, as he discovered as many as 25 of the tentacled little buddies (identified as curled octopuses) washed up on the shore.

Jones, who is well-acquainted with the sea as he runs the dolphin watching tour SeaMôr, said he wasn’t entirely sure what had caused the octounion.

“Maybe they are getting confused by the bright lights in New Quay harbour and maybe they are dying off after summer or getting knackered after the recent storms,” said Jones.

A few people expressed a desire to go see the cephalopod get-together in the comments on the video, to which SeaMôr had this to say.

图片: SeaMôr/Facebook

Welp, that isn’t a terrifying thought. Still, there’s always a way to find the silver lining.

Okay maybe not that…

Jones tried to drop as many as he could back in the sea, but sadly come the morning a few of the octofriends were found dead.


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