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This will count as a once-in-a-lifetime catch.
A fisherman was shocked when he reeled in a bizarre, alien-looking creature out of the water. The strange animal had a large, bulbous eyes, and it made it look like something truly out of this world.
Oscar Lundahl almost jumped out of his boat” when he went to the strange creatures in the boat, The Sun reports. The pictures of the fish to reveal her large eyes, and a small body.
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Oscar Lundahl alleges that in spite of the ugly appearance, the fish was actually quite tasty.
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Lundahl, a fishing guide for Nordic Sea Angling, and was, reportedly, the fishing for blue halibut from off the coast of the island of Andoya in Norway, when he made the catch. He was obviously fishing for more than 2,600 yards of the water at the time.
He told The Sun, “We were looking at the blue atlantic halibut is one of the rare species are about 5 miles from the coast. I am the mother of four hooks on a line, and it felt like something really big is on the end of it. It took me about 30 minutes, then rinse them in that, because it is more than 2600 feet deep.”
Oscar Lundahl claims that his colleagues determined that it was a creature, like a chimera, a comparison of the shark are rarely caught.
The strange-looking fish wasn’t his only catch of the day. He said: “There were two halibut, two of the brackets, and I’m really excited about it, and then I realized that there was something else. It was a great thing. I’ve never seen anything like it before. It just seemed strange, a little bit dinosaur-like. I don’t know what it was, but my companion did.”
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The fish seems to be a chimaera, a relative of the shark, which reportedly dates back to 300 million years ago. They live in deep water and it seems to be very rarely caught.
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Lundahl argues that, due to the extreme change in the pressure of the air, the chimera did not survive the experience. Not wanting to waste it, Lundahl stated that he and the fish are back home and fired it up. In spite of its ugly appearance, it was really, really good,” he told The Sun. “It’s a little bit like cod, but better and better.”