Canada is full of wildlife and one of the more unique creatures found around this country is the suggestive looking geoduck clam.
In a since-deleted tweet, Fisheries and Oceans Canada shared some info about the aquatic species which is found in the Pacific Ocean, and the picture is pretty NSFW.
On an official government webpage dedicated to the clam, they say that these creatures have "two shells that are white and somewhat rectangular in shape.
They also have an "enormous siphon (neck), which is white to reddish-brown in colour."
Beyond their phallic presentation, these clams are quite the creatures.
According to Fisheries and Oceans, they are among the longest-living animals in the world and can live for up to 168 years.
They're a burrowing clam too so they spend a few years digging into the ocean floor before settling in.
As if all this wasn't unique enough their name is actually pronounced "gooey-duck." The more you know!