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This eel isn't just slightly stuck in the juvenile Hawaiian Monk Seal's nose, there was 2.5 feet of it stuck.
Researchers have a few theories as to how and why this is happening, by my favorite theory likens juvenile seals to teenagers, where one tries something stupid (think @ challenge) and the others follow suit.
While eels are a common food choice for seals, these cases (about 4 so far) are unique. If you want to learn more and have a few laughs in the process, you should reely check out the @ 's article.
Photo: Brittany Dolan @