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According to Korean media reports, fishermen from Sacheon, Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea, caught a 32-legged octopus while operating in the warning waters of Goseong County.

Have you ever seen a 32-legged octopus

According to reports, the octopus’s legs were branched out like branches. After careful counting, the fishermen found that it had 32 legs. The fishermen said: “This is the first time in my life that I have seen this kind of octopus.”

The fishermen said they wanted to release the octopus because it was a closed season for octopus fishing. But because of its strange shape, I took a closer look.

According to reports, octopus with 85 legs and 96 legs were discovered in Japan in 1957 and 1998.

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