Keepers at a Birmingham, England aquarium couldn't understand why George the octopus was acting so sluggish and not keeping his food down, that is, until one particular Monday when keepers discovered George had laid thousands of eggs.
Maybe male octopuses don't become pregnant, but male pregnancy does occur in nature. Take sea horses, for example.
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