This Is What You Don’t Want To Happen When You Have A Truck Full Of Slime Eels

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I know I’m in a majority, though creepy crawly animals unequivocally weird me out.

Frogs, lizards, snakes, we name it. Eels are fundamentally snakes of a water, so they count, too. Most people usually ever correlate with eels from behind a paned potion of an aquarium. In some countries, they’re also deliberate a delicacy, so we might also find one on your plate. Where we don’t design to see an eel (or several thousand) is on a road, in your car, in Oregon.

Last week, a lorry hauling 7,500 pounds of hagfish, also famous as muck eels, was roving to trade a fish to South Korea, where they’re eaten. It didn’t go well.

Last week, a lorry hauling 7,500 pounds of hagfish, also famous as muck eels, was roving to trade a fish to South Korea, where they're eaten. It didn't go well.

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When a lorry came on some highway construction, it attempted to stop though couldn’t, promulgation one of a containers of hagfish “flying opposite a highway.”

When a lorry came on some highway construction, it attempted to stop though couldn't, promulgation one of a containers of hagfish drifting opposite a highway.

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The other containers spilled, and this caused a sequence reaction. Four other vehicles were concerned in a accident. Yikes!

The other containers spilled, and this caused a sequence reaction. Four other vehicles were concerned in a accident. Yikes!

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