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WATCH: Australian man uses crab’s claw to open beer bottle!

The person who shot the video also nicknamed the crab as a "Pilbara bottle opener".

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: May 9, 2017 3:43:03 pm
animal videos, australia video, odd videos, viral video, funny animal videos, crab video, trending videos, australia news, weird news, latest news, indian express Necessity is the mother of innovation! (Source: Aussie Comedy/ Facebook)

Many times, we fail to find the right thing at the right time even though it’s right there. And, a bottle opener is among the first items that come into our minds. What would you do if you needed to open a bottle of beer and couldn’t find a bottle opener? A few people have the talent to open it using their teeth, but a man in Australia has crossed all the limits of oddity. He took help from a huge crab! Can you believe it? Yes, the crab uses its claws to knock open the bottle.

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The video uploaded on a Facebook group called Aussie Comedy shows a person taking help from a crab in an ice box. The footage shows the man holding a bottle of Victoria Bitter beer and the crab wraps a claw around the cap. Just then the man pulls back the bottle, causing it to open. Smart, indeed!

The person who shot the video also nicknamed the crab as a “Pilbara bottle opener”, which hints that the video may have originated from the Pilbara region in Western Australia. The video has gone viral now with over a million views and has called for mixed reactions from the Netizens.

Watch the video here.

Intriguing!

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