A woman's mouth 'fell pregnant' with 12 baby squid after she bit into a parboiled portion of the cephalopod, a scientific journal has reported. The year-old woman was eating a piece of squid that though partially cooked, still had its internal organs intact. As the South Korean woman bit down, she felt a "pricking and foreign-body sensation" according to the paper, published in the Journal of Parasitology. Although she immediately spat the squid out after experiencing "severe pain", doctors had to remove "twelve small, white spindle-shaped, bug-like organisms stuck in the mucous membrane of the tongue, cheek, and gingiva. Because the bug-like organisms were identified along with a sperm sack, doctors identified them as "spermatophores," which are a bit like pods of squid semen.
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