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    Octopus and Crab Confrontation Gets an Unexpected Twist

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    At first glance this looks like an ordinary fight between a couple of marine creatures… but in less than a minute the battle takes a whole new turn! See what happens next.

    The video shot by divers on February 10, 2017 in Monterey, California, US, shows a fight between a red octopus and a swimmer crab. But suddenly, to the huge surprise of the divers, a seal swoops in and eats the octopus, putting a swift end to the battle.

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