Terrifying Super-Fish Reeled In By Fisherman From Seas Near Site Of Fukushima Nuclear Accident

Terrifying Super-Fish Reeled In By Fisherman From Seas Near Site Of Fukushima Nuclear Accident


This giant fish was pulled out of the ocean
near the site of the Fukushima nuclear accident. The vast fish looks prehistoric with its gaping
mouth and vast head. Japanese fisherman Hirasaka Hiroshi tweeted
a photo of himself with his catch saying it was a wolffish. He wrote: “It was worth flying to Hokkaido
twice within three months. This guy is super cool.” Wolffish commonly live in the Pacific and
Atlantic ocean and as deep sea dwellers they rarely are seen away from the ocean floor. Normally growing to about 1 metre, Hiroshi’s
find measured closer to two metres. Hiroshi said he landed the catch on Hokkaido
island – just north of mainland Japan – and near Russian waters. It is also not far from the site of the 2011
Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster, raising questions about the ecological impact.

One thought on “Terrifying Super-Fish Reeled In By Fisherman From Seas Near Site Of Fukushima Nuclear Accident

  1. How so very impressive clip!
    Absolutely astounding!
    Thank you so very much my dear friend for sharing all this information with us!

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