One woman‘s dish almost “sucked” the life out of her during a video tutorial that went viral — allegedly leaving her face disfigured.
Known as “seaside girl Little Seven,” the popular Chinese streamer and blogger shared a 50-second-long video on the popular short-video platform Kuaishou.
And as you can imagine, it quickly went viral.
As she attempts to remove eight tentacles from her skin, the woman can be seen struggling in pain.
As she prepared to eat it, the octopus attempted to fend for itself by attaching its suckers to her face. And while she is calm at the beginning of the video telling fans to “look how hard it’s sucking,” she begins to cry as she realizes it will not release it’s suction powers.
The woman – using all of her strength – shares how painful it is, stating how she “can’t remove it.” The octopus eventually gives up and let’s go — leaving the blogger smiling from ear to ear.
“I’ll eat it in the next video” the woman says, holding the animal in her hands proudly.
As soon as she realized the octopus had left a small, bloody wound on her cheek – her smile disappeared and she began to cry: “my face is disfigured.”
The blogger is known for her love of seafood and has shared multiple videos featuring her eating the cuisine. In a previous video, she has complained that none for her clips had ended up on the trending topics chart.
Be careful what you wish for!
The mature, giant Pacific octopus was able to use its 280 suckers on each arm to defend itself from a potential attack…or in this case, defending himself from becoming a potential snack!
This particular octopus is equipped with special pigment cells called chromatophores just below the surface of the the skin that allow it to change color and blend in with its surroundings in just one-tenth of a second!
Believe it or not, octopuses are actually mollusks — as their shells are located in the head of two small plates and the rest of their body is soft.
And since they lack a protective shell, these particular octopuses use their camouflage to stay safe….unless a blogger is attempting to eat them. Then they use their tentacles!
When threatened, octopuses can also cloud their predators in black ink — which is both toxic and can be deadly to the octopuses themselves if they are confined in a small space with little current flow.
Giant Pacific octopuses spend most of their lives alone, hunting at night for shrimp, clams, lobsters and fish — but have also been known to eat small sharks using their beak-like mouths to puncture prey.
Giant Pacific Octopuses can grow up to 29.5 feet wide from the tip of one arm to the tip of another and weigh up to 44 pounds.
But don’t worry — these octopuses can only be found 330 feet below water.
They also only have lifespans of 2-3 years on average.
And last but not least, did you know that these octopuses have 2,140 to 2,240 suction cups on their arms which give them a powerful grip and sense of taste and smell?
So it is safe to say that the viral octopus was just tasting the girl in a dramatic turn of events.
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