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Viral Video of a Shrimp Cleans Scuba Diver's Teeth

The shrimp even got inside the scuba diver's mouth, but he calmly stayed still and let the critter do its work.
Viral Video of a Shrimp Cleans Scuba Divers Teeth
Viral video of under water

The internet is a treasure trove of oddities. And similar events continue to startle the globe every few days. A scuba diver has his "teeth cleaned" underwater by a shrimp in one such video that has gone popular on the internet.

Yes, you read that right. Amazing Nature has uploaded the video on Twitter, where it has been seen over 44,000 times. "If you need your teeth cleaned, contact me," the video's description reads.

The scuba diver is seen in the ocean near a coral reef. He takes a video of the cleaned shrimp as they enter his open mouth. The small crab can be seen plucking food from the diver's teeth and using its paws to clean his gums.

The shrimp even got inside the man's mouth, but he stayed there calmly, allowing the animal to perform its job. The shrimp leaves the diver and returns to the coral reef at the end of the 59-second film. The sight of the shrimp entering the diver's mouth astounded social media users. "Crentist," one Twitter user said.

They have a semitransparent body that is flattened from side to side, as well as a flexible abdomen that ends in a fanlike tail. The antennae are large and whiplike, and the appendages have been adapted for swimming. Shrimp may be found in all seas, both deep and shallow, as well as freshwater lakes and streams. Many species are crucial for food production. Shrimp may be anything from a few millimetres to more than 20 centimetres (about 8 inches) in length; the usual size is around 4 to 8 centimetres (1.5 to 3 inches). Prawns are a term used to describe larger persons.