According to the media, Labros Hydras, 49, captured the very rare hexapass. It is said that it was discovered in the Greek sea that I visited with my family on a holiday.
But Hydras said he didn't know it was a rare creature and slammed it into a rock to kill him, had him cook it in his neighborhood Taverna, and ate it with his family. The octopus was fried and served with tomatoes and lemons.
Hydras states that the taste of hexapas was exactly the same as a regular octopus.
"When I caught it, it didn't look unusual or injured. I think the octopus was born on six legs. When we go to Greece every year and catch the octopus Is doing the same thing, so I never thought it was a rare creature. "
Hydras now deeply regrets killing and eating rare creatures.
"I want to encourage scientists to pay more attention to the existence of wild hexapaths, because I can only do that. That's the only way to atone for my ignorance and sin that has killed rare creatures. I believe"
The six-legged octopus was captured in the past in February 2008. Discovered by British marine scientists. Developmental biologist PZ Myers, who investigated the octopus, explained that the six-legged octopus is not a new species, but a mutated one. But at the same time, he states that it is an "unusual kind of error." This "usually unthinkable" precious octopus was named "Henry" after "Henry VIII", who allegedly had six wives. But since Henry, no six-legged octopus has been found until this summer.