Hagfish video

This video says about itself:

24 January 2017

The hagfish is a slime-emitting ocean-dweller that’s remained unchanged for 300 million years–and it shows. It has a skull (but no spine), velvet smooth skin, and a terrifying pit of a mouth that’s lined with rows of razor-sharp teeth.

What it looks like when thousands of slime eels end up on the highway.

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