Visser is stunned by a VERY strange catch he has seen online – so do you recognize the mystery creature?
- Visser sends pictures of bizarre fish to Facebook in search of answers to his identity
- Trapman Bermgui said: & I have no idea what this is. What do you think?
- Many compared fish with family members: & # 39; It is the mother of my ex & # 39; and & # 39; Looks like my sister & # 39;
- The photo was taken by a Russian fisherman, who documents his unusual documents catches
A fisherman, who posted a picture of a very bizarre fish on Facebook to find out what it was, got some strange answers.
Trapman Bermagui, a commercial fisherman from Sydney, placed the photo on his page with a caption, hoping to find out the name of the strange looking fish.
& # 39; I have no idea what this is. All thoughts ??, he wrote.
Many of the answers he received were not really serious.
One user wrote: & # 39; It is absolutely 100 percent without doubt, no questions asked no shadow of a lie how I felt last Sunday morning after the ridiculously big night I had. & # 39;
Visser, Trapman Bermagui, posted a photo of this weird looking fish (photo) on his Facebook page to help find his identity
Others compared the fish to people they had known: & # 39; Looks like my sister & # 39 ;, one wrote, while another said: & # 39; It's my ex's mother. & # 39;
Some Facebook users put the appearance of the creature back into environmental factors.
& # 39; This is what happens when we have too much plastic in the ocean … & # 39; and & # 39; New species, Fukushima freaky fish! were some of the comments.
A few users correctly identified the fish as Haplophryne mollis, or the Ghostly Seadevil. It is also known as a Soft Leftvent fisherman.
Found in tropical and subtropical parts of the world's oceans, it lives at depths up to 2,250m.
Part of the strange appearance of the Ghostly Seadevil can be attributed to the lack of pigmentation, which means that the muscles and parts of the skeleton are visible through the skin.
Trapman Bermgui (photo) received some humorous answers, with some users comparing the appearance of the fish with family members: & # 39; It's the mother of my ex & # 39;
Mr. Bermagui posted the photo just to find out his identity, and it was not a fish he claimed to have caught.
As reported by Blazer press, the fish in the photo was caught in 2016 by the Russian fisherman Roman Fedortsov.
Mr. Fedortsov is working on a fishing boat in northwestern Russia and is using his phone to take photos of the unusual creatures caught in the fishing nets.
He then places them on his Instagram account.
The practice has not been without controversy, as some people claim that Fedortsov by taking the deep-sea creatures to the surface for photography, many of them die because of changes in pressure.
The fish (pictured) is Haplophryne mollis, or the Ghostly Seadevil. It is also known as a Soft Leftvent fisherman
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