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Oh yuck! I would try to die if this happened. One more reason I am glad I don't like seafood.A 63-year-old South Korean woman was shocked to learn she "became pregnant" with 12 baby squid after eating a portion of calamari. The story -- definitely giving new meaning to the term "Octomom" -- was [URL="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21834723"]detailed in a scientific paper[/URL] authored by researchers at the Kwandong University College of Medicine.