A truck crash set 7,500 pounds of slime eels loose on an Oregon highway, covering it in goo
A truck carrying 7,500 pounds of hagfish - or slime eels - tipped over while trying to make a stop, tossing containers of slime-covered prehistoric fish all over Highway 101, according to The New York Times.
Only minor injuries were reported.
The eels were being transported to South Korea, where they're sometimes considered a delicacy, The New York Times reported.
Check out the scene below.
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