This blog title is very witty and you don't even know why yet. You're probably wondering what the hell we're talking about. We are talking "rare" as in, only the second ever to be seen. This post is about a six-legged octopus or hexapus as it were. The only ever sighting took place back in 2008 in north Wales. That creature, was lovingly named "Henry the Hexapus". Well, if only the most recent find lived long enough to have a name...read on.
Hexie as we've just nicknamed it, was caught in Greece by happy family man Labros Hydras.
Labros and family were quite pleased with their catch of Hexie. They played with her, took photos and generally had a fun time with little Hexie. But that fun was short-lived. Literally "short-lived", because shortly after these family vacation photos were taken, the Hydras family decided it was time eat the poor, rare creature.
The Hydras did indeed make a meal of Hexie, even after being told by a local chef that he wouldn't cook the animal because it was such a rare find. But the Hydras had made up their minds and Hexie was no more. The End.