A holiday swimming on a beach in Western Australia led to the painful “whipping” of the Octopus-and a videotape that has been passed down.
When geologist and writer Lance Karlson was about to dive near the resort of Geographe Bay on the southwest coast of Australia with his family, he found that he thought it was a stingray from the water. Came out from inside and hit the seagull’s tail. .
When approaching his two-year-old daughter, he found it was an octopus and took a video showing the animal in shallow water suddenly tentacles and attacking in Carlson̵
Carson said in an e-mail to Reuters: “The octopus attacked us violently, which is really shocking.”
After setting up a sun protection tent for his family on the beach, Karlston put on his goggles and explored a series of crab shells in the water alone, which he believed were left by Dead Sea creatures.
When he was swimming, he was whipped again on his arm-then he was stabbed more severely in the neck and upper back.
Carlson added in the email: “My goggles became foggy and the water suddenly became muddy. I remember being shocked and confused.
Carlson said that he ran back to the shore and saw the marks of tentacles on his arms, neck and upper back. Since he does not have vinegar, this is the preferred treatment for marine animal st injuries, so he poured Coke on the affected area, the effect is very good, can prevent the injury.
The footage published by Karlson had a comment: “The furiest octopus in Geographic Bay!” It was widely shared, but he said he was afraid, but he had no hatred for animals.
He said: “This is obviously the field of octopus.”
“I worry that people will see octopuses differently. They are amazing creatures, obviously with strong emotions (just like us)!”