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[Season 1 – Episode 3] Peek-a-boo with a smart octopus, bottle opener tooth implants, getting shot in the crotch, a mutated two-headed pig, and Russia’s adorable Navy Seals.LET’S GO!
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5. Peek-a-Boo Octopus
How many tickles does it take to make an octopus laugh? Ten-tickles! Ok, enough with the bad jokes; we all know that the octopus is known for its extreme intelligence and playful attitudes. Take for example, this video, captured off the coast of Kalaoa, Hawaii, showing a curious octopus playing hide and seek with underwater photographer, Timothy Ewing. Peek-a-boo!
4. Beer Tooth Implants
Prying off a bottle cap without the proper tool can be frustrating, so Argentina’s Salta Beer company is taking steps to make sure customers are never at a loss to taste their refreshing beverages, replacing rugby players’ missing teeth with bottle openers. The implant is literally screwed into the jaw bone and turns rugby players into human bottle openers. As long as they’re not bartending, I think I’m good.
3. Shot In The Groin
Inventor and NutShellz CEO, Jeremiah Raber, has put his “reputation” on the line, testing their athletic cup against a bullet. In a cringe-worthy feat of testicular fortitude he dons the cup – which successfully deflects a .22 caliber bullet. They even have a youth version available on KickStarter. I wonder if they’ll call it Peanutz!
2. Two headed Pig
When are two heads better than one? Most of the time, actually! Unless we’re talking polycephaly – which means having two heads on one body. At best, the condition leads to complications, but this two headed, spotted piglet was born recently with several completely normal and healthy brothers and sisters. With his two snouts and three eyes, and suggestions varying from selling to sacrificing – this little piggy better stay home.
1. Russia’s Navy Seals
In America, the Navy SEALS are known as some of the toughest soldiers we have to offer, but it looks like Russia’s looking to stir the waters with their own Seals. And these ones are literally seals. Something must have gotten lost in translation, but a Russian trainer has managed to teach a pair of seals to perform drills, shoot water guns, salute, wield knives, and wave the proud flag of the Russian Seal Corps.
For their hard work, and unwavering discipline, Russia’s seals are our certified BION of the Week!