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David Hasselhoff is the Hairiest Catch?

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The next episode of Deadliest Catch could get hairy. Scientists have discovered a new species of Crab on the ocean floor in Antarctica. This newly discovered crab has extremely long hair on it’s chest – hair so long that the scientists have dubbed it “the Hoff” crab, in honor of the hairy-chested actor David Hasselhoff.

I don’t think “the Hoff” will hit seafood freezers anytime soon – for obvious reasons. Now, if they discover the “Dolly” crab – as in Dolly Parton – I think they’d be on to something. Read more about this hairy discovery from huffingtonpost.com.

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