Please refresh the page and retry. It may sound like the start of a joke, but the bizarre incident was captured on video at the weekend, with the victim of the unprovoked attack left, well, gobsmacked. As the seal tried to finish off the unfortunate cephalopod, shaking its jaws vigorously, Mulinder copped an eight-legged slap in the kisser. Wrong place, right time. I know crazy right.
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The internet quickly gave its seal of approval to the latest viral video. It's kinda sealy. You might think of seals as innocent, friendly little creatures who just want to live their lives and not get clubbed to death. But sometimes, it's the seal doing the clubbing. Wrong place, right time. I know crazy right.
Kyle Mulinder, a self-described "GoPro content creator," was having a chill time kayaking off the coast of Kaikoura. But suddenly, a seal pops up out of nowhere with an octopus in its mouth, and slaps it against Mulinder's boat, while also accidentally hitting him in the face with its tentacles. That means great white sharks. Taiyo Masuda, another GoPro videographer managed to capture the entire scene, and posted it on his Instagram. Thankfully, no one was seriously injured. View this post on Instagram. In an interview with Yahoo 7, Mulinder explains that the group was well aware of the fight between the seal and the octopus before he got a face full of tentacle. Apparently the duo were struggling for a while and then briefly disappeared deep beneath the surface, before reappearing again at Mulinder's kayak. After getting thrown onto the side of the kayak, the octopus clung onto it for dear life.
Yes, you read that right: a seal had an octopus in its mouth in the midst of a battle royale of marine creatures. The seal emerged from the water flailing around with the octopus, which ended up hitting the unsuspecting kayaker in the face while he was out enjoying the great outdoors. Then came the big moment. Mulinder appears to be fine now, and so is the octopus, which apparently stayed stuck to his kayak and out of the grasp of the seal following the fight.