The headline of this New York Times article did its job by getting me to click through to the article:
But that’s not all. The article includes three brief videos. Here are their captions:
When an eel wants a squid that’s on land—god forbid!—that’s a moray.
If the squid is too flat, there’s no problem with that, that’s a moray.
If the squid is so big, it still eats like a pig, that’s a moray.
The article’s text eschews the moray puns, but does include phrases like “its muscled bucatini of a body” and “as if its tongue were a conveyor belt, sucks the squid even deeper into its mouth using a secret second set of jaws in its throat.”
Well done all around, NYT.