Has anyone else heard of a "massive 20ft. octopus" washing ashore in the Bahamas last week? I hadn't until this article, which also comments on a recent octopus stranding in Portugal (presumably the individual octopuses in this case are of more modest proportions). Both are linked to a larger pattern of "animapocalypse":
Small animals all over the world have been dying in mass. Birds and fish have been documented to have died by the hundreds at the time. Brazil reported over two million fish washing ashore in one coastal city at the time.

No link between the episodes has been established, as they have happened within thousands of miles of each other, and in random locations spread through every continent, with several events in the U.S, Sweden, Colombia, Brazil and New Zealand.
I enjoy the coy phrase "at the time". Was it last week? Last year? Last century?

Incidentally, an animapocalypse--besides being an awful blend of ancient Greek and Latin--could be an excellent term for the revelation of the unconscious mind.