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Rare sight: Entirety washed up on the beach

It was quite a sight that met Adele Grosse and her husband, as they walked along the Golden Mile beach in Britannia Bay, south Africa on Sunday 7. June.

the Couple from Cape Town as a huge object out on the horizon, and as they came closer, they could see that it was a 330 kilo big entirety, which proved to be of the nature 'Architeuthis dux'.

Not enough with that the beast weighed 330 pounds, so was the giant squid four feet long.

- Keep up. When I saw it, I lost really takes your breath away, says Adele Grosse to Live Science about the somewhat different søndagsgåtur.

- It looked like a majestic, prehistoric animals, it sounded from her.

the Couple's first thought was to get the beast out of the sea again, but it turned out that the octopus was already dead.

Adele explained that there was no indication that the animal had been attacked by a shark or another animal, so the cause of death was not clear, but the south african pair have a possible explanation.

How to look kæmpeblækspruttens foot out. It will be called a beak. Photo: Iziko Museums of South Africa

- We had a big swell the night before, and as I understand it, then the big waves washed the beast up on the beach in the early hours of the morning, she explained.

the Octopus was about four metres long, but scientists believe that it may have been longer than that. In fact, a she of the same species grow up to 18 metres long. The giant squids are a rare sight, and are seen very rarely in live, writes Live Science.

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