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A man is traumatized after spotting what appears to be two shrimp tails in his bag of Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

Jensen Karp tweeted photos of the two objects and tagged the official Cinnamon Toast Crunch account asking them to explain themselves.

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If you're living in Florida or even if you're just a hungry visitor, chances are you might be a fan of seafood. And what better place to be than the Sunshine State? Seafoodies are about to be in for a treat, as a new seafood restaurant opened in St. Pete.

Mr. and Mrs. Crab have made their way out of Bikini Bottom and into the Sunshine State, serving up a variety of delicious fish.

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If you're an Austin native, then surely you've heard of Scholz Garten by now. This iconic Austin Biergarten serves endless types of cuisine including, of course, hot and juicy seafood. Naturally, the restaurant is bringing us a way to consume as much crawfish and booze as we can handle later this month, and we can hardly wait!

Scholz Garten's second Annual Fat Tuesday Crawfish Boil is being held on Tuesday, February 25. That's right, this incredible event is just a few weeks away!

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Thanks to the Florida foodie scene, we never have a shortage of delicious options to satisfy our hunger in the Sunshine State. But some restaurants really take their offerings up a notch. Among all the treats you can get at restaurants in Tampa, you're definitely going to want to give Poke Fish a try.

Located on West Kennedy Ave in Tampa, the Hawaiin style fast-casual eatery serves up succulent seafood in what they call poke bowls. 

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No matter what season Texas is going through, or what holiday is coming up, eating pounds of seafood is never a bad idea. Halloween will be here before we know it and rather than throwing some boring party, Big Texas Fun has decided to host a festival with endless seafood. San Antonio residents are going home with bags of crawfish rather than candy on the 31st and we're perfectly content with it.

Starting on Thursday, October 31 from 6 to 10 p.m. a Shrimp, Lobster, and Crab Boil is taking place at none other than Retama Park in Selma, Texas, a small town only right outside of San Antonio. But the fun doesn't stop on Halloween because the fest will go well into the fall, until Sunday, November 10. Tickets for the fest start at just $6, but there's a trick to get them for even cheaper.

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