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February 8, 2021 Attraction No Comments Email Email

Roses are red, violets are blue, your ex was a slimy jerk, so feed them to a hagfish or two!

As loved up couples exchange roses and kisses on Valentine’s Day this year, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium is giving singles burned by passed lovers the chance to release their inner pain by feeding their ex to a hagfish.

Why a hagfish? Because hagfish feed on any scrum lying on the ocean floor and they’ll do it in the most repulsive manner – from the inside out. Just the disgusting way your heartless ex deserves to be consumed!

Burned flames are invited to name a fish carcass after their slimy ex and then watch on as that fish is chowed down by the aquarium’s hagfish during their daily feed. Each winner will also receive a double pass to SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium to see the notoriously unattractive creatures in person.

“We don’t have the power to heal a broken heart but perhaps this unique form of therapy will deliver some closure and provide singles with a reason to celebrate this Valentine’s Day,” said Penelope Carbia-Kolevski, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium Aquarist.

For the opportunity to feed your ex to a hagfish, singles need to click here, provide their ex’s first name (no surnames!) and explain in 25 words or less why they deserve to be fed to a hagfish. Only 10 exes will be fed to the aquarium’s hagfish, so be sure to include as much detail as possible.

All entries will also be required to make a $1 donation to the SEA LIFE Trust which will go towards protecting aquatic animals and their habitats.

The competition closes at 11.59pm AEST on Thursday 11 February 2021. Ten singles with the worst exes will receive a video of their ex being fed to a hagfish on Sunday 14 February 2021. It will also be available to watch on SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium’s Facebook and Instagram pages on Valentine’s Day.

For more information and to enter the competition, click here. While you’re there, click here to learn more about the SEA LIFE Trust and its conservation efforts.

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