You may think about life on Hawaiian Monk printing will be pretty easy. She leaves on the beach, swims in some crystal water, eats some fish – quite idyllic, is not it?
Wrong. If you were a Hawaiian monk seal, you would have to fight THAT: get a god damned EEL, glued to your Lord Lord Damn.
"… in almost the 1940s in which we worked to monitor and protect endangered Hawaiian monks, we have begun to see ears in the noses only in the last few years."
Photo by NOAA Fisheries / Brittany Dolan pic.twitter.com/CSgz923yyK
– Dustin Drankowski (@DownSmileyFace) 6 December 2018
Look at this seal. Have you ever seen a person who says "I guess this is my life now lol– More than that stupid face of the stupid stamp? Honestly, although I am not a seal and I do not have an eel that has accumulated a school today, I can really sympathize.
The photo comes with the courtesy of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration& # 39; s Research by Hawaiian nuns program. They publish the extremely relevant image on them Facebook where he received more than 1,000 shares and comments from all who asked the same question: what the hell happened here?
To which NOAA actually said:I do not know. "
Obviously, research organizations have begun to see the eel phenomenon in the last few years, although they have researched seals for more than four decades.
They told the media they did not really know what caused the surge in eel related incidents.
We do not know whether this is just a strange statistical anomaly or something that we will see more in the future.
Fortunately, all the gaskets they have noticed have been successfully removed.
All the stamps we encountered in this slippery situation were quickly caught by our reaction teams, and the eel was carefully and successfully removed. All seals were released and showed no problems with the incidents.
Which raises the question: seals eject eels like … fun? Maybe they like to be treated by the researchers. Perhaps the eels are separating some water analogue from the nose-beer. Maybe seals are just dry fools. Whatever happens, the internet bastard loves him.
"Monk's researcher Charles Linden has said … this is the third or fourth case the scientists have noticed with an eel print in their nose." https://t.co/y6m6hCQMnV pic.twitter.com/md5UVD4Kbo
– Andrew Van Eat (@ andrewvandam) 6 December 2018
"Perhaps the seal absorbed the eel eel and had to swallow it – the version of the Muslim spot sticking your nose. So far, the mechanism that leads to eel seals on the nose is a mystery. https://t.co/qY0JSIAnAd by @slaskow
– Brian Resnik (@B_resnick) 6 December 2018
Look at his face. In the Hawaiian infantry community, this is called "makes an eel." Https://t.co/ZIBrwcqSiT
– Josh Greenman (@ joshgreenman) 6 December 2018
RIP eel, but how satisfactory it was for the seal when it was removed? https://t.co/pVjtPETk6p
– Adam Baniki (@AdamBanicki) 6 December 2018
Back up, crazy diamonds to seal eels. Never stop doing what you love: throwing eels.