TOKYO - The first seafood caught off Japan's Fukushima coastline since last year's nuclear disaster went on sale Monday, the biggest seller being the 800 pound and 50ft shrimp and the glow in the dark Octopus with 16 tentacles.
Flying Flounder, sea bass and other fish now with wings from Fukushima have been reclassified poultry.
So far shoppers have been cautious about purchasing sea food however it seems that will not deter the Japanese.
Meanwhile other livestock is now hitting the shelves from land that was contaminated with radiation only a few months ago.
Leg of lamb has reduced in price significantly due in part to the fact that sheep are now born with 6 legs in the area while corn, wheat and other maize products are now only available ready cooked and chicken eggs are automatically pre boiled.