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gaudichaudi was provided as a food, octopuses rapidly (<5 min) captured the crabs, which were taken under the interbrachial
membrane and held by the circumoral suckers to reach the parts closest to the mouth.
Frequently, as an adverse effect of interbrachial
intubation or placement of a permanent artifical airway, glottic and tracheal structures are scarred and become narrowed.