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A giant mutant of the sea crayfish locally called "packhorse crayfish." It weighs 6.3 kilograms and measures 1.34 meters in length (normal-sized crayfish of this species are about 10 times smaller). It was caught by Mr. Brian Hoult of Hikurangi, near Three Mile Reef offshore from Bream Bay, north of Whangarei shortly before September 27 (September) 2003. Descriptions of this crayfish, illustrated by the above photograph, were first published in The Northern Advocate newspaper (P.O. Box 210, Whangarei, New Zealand) which holds the copyright on the above photo. In turn I found it in the article "Monster crayfish could be 100" which appeared in another New Zealand newspaper The Dominion Post, issue of Saturday, September 27, 2003, page A9. The above giant cancer is just a single example out of a huge number of giant mutations that continually appear in New Zealand due to the telekinetic contamination of its territory caused by the Tapanui explosion of 1178. Since the issue of Genetic Engineering (GE) is becoming so pressing lately, in my opinion this matter of giant New Zealand mutations should be urgently investigated.