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Subject: didn't he know that octopi are special? Date: 11/4/2012 4:59 PM
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2227498/Dylan-Mayer-...

A rising tide of outrage is forming after pictures emerged of a 20-year-old diver who dragged a giant Pacific octopus from its watery home and then killed and ate it for his friends art project.

Angry fellow divers from the shore of Seattle took photographs of Dylan Mayer proudly standing with the large octopus and then watched in disbelief as he and his friend tossed the still live 30 pound female onto the bed of his truck before driving off.

Their shock turned to horror as a grinning Mayer posted images of himself measuring the now dead octopus onto his Facebook account and now is in the position of having to justify to the diving community why he hunted the gentle and intelligent animal.

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doesn't Seattle have a world famous tourist attraction fish market? where tons of octopus/squid is sold daily?
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