Life's tough when you're an octopus lookin' for a date.
Kong is a 70-pound male octopus living at the Seattle Aquarium and, as is tradition every Valentine's Day at the conservation center, the eight-tentacled creature was all set to get hooked up with a female mate.
Now, unfortunately for Kong, that tradition was scrapped — and it's all due to cannibalism concerns!
See, every year at the aquarium, marine biologists have traditionally held an octopus "blind date," where they mate a male octopus with a new female to make some babies.
This year, Kong is the male octopus, but because he