Ocean Blue News
By Richard Arterbury 09/18/2017 at 9:37 am
Russian fishermen pulled a 1,100 kg ocean sunfish which got stuck in their net in the waters near Iturup island, according to Sakhalin info. Also known as moonfish and mola, the wild-looking creature is the heaviest bony fish on Earth.
The group of Sakhalin fishermen did not expect to find the monster Sunfish in their nets as they took to the sea for smaller fry on Saturday. The enormous fish, considered a delicacy in some cultures, however this one was killed, and possibly wolf food at the least.
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