Mozambique has reportedly seized almost 20 tonnes of stolen frozen octopuses.
The container was seized at the fishing port of Angoche in the northern province of Nampula.
According to the BBC, the shipment (not pictured) was valued at more than 76,000 dollars. This is valued at more than 70,000 euros and 63,000 pounds.
The Carta de Mocambique paper revealed that the seafood belonged to the company Mariscos do Indico and was being smuggled out the country for export using forged documents.
Seafood is however said to be an import-export for Mozambique.