For many, the idea of throwing their heads back and sliding a slippery shell down their throat is an idea that makes them vomit.
A woman with a painted stomach climbed into the air, scratching her head with a newly discovered clam in the shape of a penis.
A video appeared that showed the woman grabbing the mollusk in a strange way at the base, which looks a lot like a big German sausage that emerges from the end of a bread.
The adventurous dining room then hits the shells at its end, causing a jet of water.
Throw translucent liquid for several seconds before the woman suddenly puts it in her mouth and does not bite a large piece.
She looks momentarily surprised before returning to try again.
Only when it reaches a third of the foot of its long crustacean, it seems that its flavor really comes into play, which causes the contraction of the woman.
When it does not provide a centerpiece for rare videos, the holy water birds live on the bottom of the ocean and, as the name suggests, eat firewood.
Their different varieties bear the scientific names Abditoconus, Spiniapex and Feaya and have recently been discovered by marine biologists.
His protruding appendage is not really a penis, but a respirator.
An international team of scientists led by Janet Voight, curator of invertebrate zoology at the Field Museum in Chicago, discovered the species.
Although light has recently appeared, it is believed that clams are quite common on the seafloor.
They are also very useful in their role as consumers of wood waste that falls into the ocean.