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    Big Tanks, Big Fish, and Big Rich – Touring Ohio Fish Rescue
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    Big Tanks, Big Fish, and Big Rich – Touring Ohio Fish Rescue

    August 30, 2019


    Alright, we’re here at uh… well this place is crazy and you’re about
    see why. I’m here with Rich. And Rich is…he….well I’m gonna let Rich tell you exactly what this place is and…and what he does. OK. How you doing. I’m Big Rich. This is my
    fish rescue. We save and rescue fish that grow too big
    for your tanks that the pet stores shouldn’t sell. Redtail cats, pacus, iridescent sharks. They’re very cute this big but they can grow up to four foot, five foot and then there’s nobody out there equipped to take them and the pet stores…. they’re not equipped and the zoos and the aquariums around town that used to take them no longer take them no more so these fish are basically sentenced to death. Eventually. So what I did was I started…. I started with a ten gallon tank and I wanted bigger, so I’ve finagled my way into some big tanks so now I can save
    these big fish. Come on into my fishroom. This here is our first tank. This me and my son Joshua built and it’s 3,000
    gallons. It’s got an 11-foot window. It’s 16 foot long, six and a half foot deep and 44 inches high. And we’ve got some… here’s a hybrid between a redtail cat and
    a tiger shovelnose. There’s red tail cats down here, there’s iridescent
    sharks, pacus, there’s a tiger shovelnose. We just filled it with water and moved the
    fish in. That’s why you see some of these fish have
    their fins are a little bit messed up. They got hurt in the transport from the other
    tanks so it’s going to take a month and two before all that grows out and they’ll start looking good again. And we’re just trying to make room for more
    fish. Over here now this is our 450 gallon, It’s a Dutch Aquarium System, DAS tank. It got donated to us from Aquarium Authority
    when they closed down and we use this for our hospital tank. All the new fish come in…because all my tanks are all on one system, I can’t have ich take over everything, and then treat 17,000 gallons of water. So we put them in the quarantine tank for
    a month, treat them with all kinds of medicine… There’s a new guy right here, a greater siren. He’s got two front legs, no hind legs, and he’s more of an eel than a salamander But, you know the newer fish go in here. There’s some stingrays. Over here this is the dog bone. I bought it at an auction when Aquarium Authority
    closed down on Ridge Road. This here I fill with fish that I can give
    away. Because we take in fish for people and like if you have your son, little Joey names the fish, you know, spider
    or…bug bug. Whatever he names it, if you donate that fish
    to us, We now because it has a name, we keep that fish forever and give it a forever
    home. You can come back and visit your fish any
    time. But this here is fish like…a guy’s house
    caught on fire and he called us. Please come save these fish, take em. I don’t have no place to put em. We can find them other homes. So these are on the smaller scale that we
    can give out to people and find them homes. So that’s what this tanks about. Come on this way. This is our our thousand gallon. This was…way back at my last house this was my ‘to end all’ tank. I bought it for myself. I wanted it, I was just into fishkeeping at
    the time. This is going to be my biggest tank ever. I love it. I bought it from a place that was closing
    down and got a good deal on it. $4,500, brand new aquarium. They delivered, semi come up and this was
    my tank. But you know, now that I’m here at this house
    we have upgraded and now we started the rescue. But this is basically an eclectic… a bunch of fish together that you wouldn’t think could fit there, you know? There’s South American cichlids, there’s african arowanas, you got angelfish, you got a fly River turtle, you got a dorado out of the Amazon River. There’s a bunch of clown loaches and flagtails, and look at the size of these bala sharks. They’re…I’ve never seen any that big but,
    they’re old. Come on this way. And don’t get on me for my saltwater decor, but I happened to have them laying around. I’d gotten a deal at an auction once and I
    didn’t… I don’t have to go and buy driftwood for decorations. I had these laying around. So I do have a saltwater freshwater reef system
    looking thing. But it gives the place…the fish places to
    hide and stuff. Over here we have the baby stingrays and there’s
    a couple… there’s a fire eel and a spotted eel in there. And sometimes even people that get a 10 gallon
    tank and buy little fish end up they want out of the hobby or something
    so we take in them fish. They come over here this 50 gallon. There’s a little tire track eel, a little fire eel, some artedi knives, there’s some little baby bala sharks, a baby peacock bass. Just stuff that, you know, when I find somebody and they’re big enough where they are eating
    good I can give these away too. This here is our pool full of just basically a bunch of different things. There’s clown knives, pacus, we’ve got a bunch of oscars, tilapia, albino oscar here. We have an albino clown knife over that corner. He’s pretty big. There’s a blue channel cat A julianus progarvus. I had to take him out of the 4400. He was fin nipping the arowanas. And he don’t bother nobody in here, but the big tank he was bothering the arowanas so we had to take him out and put him in here. Now over here are some big guys. Now I’m going to move them to the 3000 gallon
    at the end over there but in the meantime for this weekend I’ve left them here for the fact that there’s going to be a lot of people coming for the OCA show and this is kind of a neat thing but this is Big Papa. He’s a tiger shovelnose and he likes to be
    petted. You can pet him and he’ll swim away and he’ll
    come back and want to be petted some more he’ll do a
    big circle and he’ll come back. There’s an iridescent shark there, a big redtail, a niger cat. This here is Two Face. He’s a big redtail and here comes Papa back,
    wants some more. I love it. Everybody. But we want to reiterate that you don’t wanna,
    like you might think this is cool watching him pet this fish but that doesn’t mean you need to just go out and try and buy one without having a crazy setup to be able to support it. They get really big and it’s really rare for a fish that likes to be touched. You can have that in any kind. You might find a cichlid you might find a flowerhorn, but you know eventually there’s certain fish that like to be touched. It ain’t all tiger shovelnose. But you know I don’t want to send out the message everybody should you know get these fish. They actually shouldn’t be sold at the pet
    store because they do get so big and the fact is that they sell them at the pet stores and there’s no place that you can give these fish to, so the pet stores are basically sentencing them to death. Eventually. It’s a matter of time. When they get this big who’s got a…you know if you had him in a a 150 he’d destroy your
    tank. He’d break it. That’s why they’re called tank busters. But you know I have the facility right now to where I’m able to help for a little bit but I’m gonna get overrun eventually and I don’t know, you know I can’t even give them to the zoos or the aquariums0 I’ve been trying. But anyways here is our 750 tank. It’s for the mini monsters. Now all these big guys are going into the three thousand. These guys here I’m going to take out the biggest four or
    so and put them in the three thousand with the big guys and the rest of them. I can add some more. I’ve got more in the pot here I can add up here and you got to feed them and grow them out for a while. And come on over this way. This here, he’s a neat guy. Oh I’m sorry. This guy here he’s an aba knife fish. Some pet stores sell them as aba aba knives. He’s a really neat fish but I can’t keep him in with anything. He will take bites out of other fish about
    the size of my thumb. They’ve got really sharp teeth and if you don’t kill the fish he’ll come back later, take another bite out. And eventually gonna kill anything that he’s put in with so I put him in this 500 gallon and we build a sand, underwater waterfall there out of sand and he’s pretty neat. I’m waiting for the sand to clear up. It made the water a little milky but you know it’s a pretty neat setup. Then I can take all this extra filtration off of it and it won’t look so hokey. And then over here we have the 550 and anyone out there wants to get into the fish hobby my suggestion is get your wife a tank you do some goldfish, some koi, something pretty. Discus. Cichlid tank. And once she’s into it you’re free to get
    into your hobby. Happy wife happy life. So this is the old lady’s koi comet tank and then I had to put some, I got some South American Lungfish in there and they were getting picked on in other tanks. Just because people will ask, you said it looks like they’re starting to pick off these goldfish a little bit. Yeah there’s a goldfish back there with his head missing. Well one of the lungfish got em and she was
    upset about it. I’m sure. I mean a comet is 50 cents at the pet store but Tracey’s like ‘look how long their tails are, they’re so beautiful’ She was about ready to cry when one of them
    was gone. I understand that. Alright so… Another little hint here. See how the bottom
    is tiles? Everybody has to do the gravel in all the tanks, well I have so many tanks that I try and come up with ways to make it easier to take care of. I don’t have to gravel clean in this tank. I don’t have to do nothing. The tiles are
    there and with a bubble wall on the back wall it keeps the water rotating so no dirt accrues on the bottom and the filters are able to take it away. Makes life so much easier. Seriously. It don’t look half bad. So should we show them the big tank? Yeah, let’s go around. So you guys might be thinking ‘what are you
    talking about? We’ve see all these big tanks.’ Well you haven’t seen the biggest tank. OK this is a 4,400 gallon aquarium built by Waterdog Products. It has a three inch thick acrylic window. 14 foot long, 6 foot tall. It’s 7 foot from front to back. This is something I ran across at an auction. I didn’t go there to buy this and I put a jokingly bid on this and I ended up winning it. Couldn’t believe it but it was a 10 hour drive
    away and we had to rent a pickup truck and a car trailer to set this on and bring it home in the middle of winter. This actually sat outside my house in the
    snow for two years. Now the guy from Waterdog Products said that
    if this window gets cold it would shrink more than a half an inch of 14-foot and it would pop the seams so for two years this had a heater inside. It had a camera from my house camera system, security system and then I had a big thermostat on the wall and it was, this was covered with styrofoam and I had it shrink wrapped and covered in a tarp and then I could see inside and keep the temperature monitored. So this sat outside for two years and we bought this house, we put it in here, filled it up, never had a problem. Talk to me about some of these fish. OK this here is a gold iridescent shark. We call him Schwarzenegger. These are some albino pacus. These are arowana fish here. There’s four
    of them in there. This guy here is called Burt. He’s well known around Ohio. He was at the Aquarium Authority forever. They were trying to sell him for like $300.
    I ended up getting him and then this here. He’s got his own web page. There was a lady that donated him to me named Kimberly. His name is Sir Heisenberg von Fishface. That’s it. And like we said if anybody donates fish to us that has a name, their family pet, we keep them here forever and let them you know grow old eventually meet their death here. This is where they’re going to stay, that way the people can come back and visit anytime they want so we’ve got a lot of fish that are named. The fish that are unnamed I can find other homes for, we know many people through the United States that have big tanks. But like we got a school of schomburgki here. Them are actually silver dollars, they’re
    wide bar silver dollars. They’re myleus schomburgki. Them are the biggest I’ve ever seen. They
    get big. So them are 15 inches, 14 inches they’re big silver dollars. So let’s see what else we got here. Oh yeah there’s a bunch of clown knives. Now he’s probably about 28 inches. There’s some speed 33 to 35 inch clown knives in the back behind this coral and they’re back there. Their humps are about 4 inches wide, they’re huge, I’ve never seen clown knives that big. But they hide all the time unless almost food comes out then they come out to eat and go back in there. Now I have a three and a half foot South American lungfish in here if I could get a
    picture or show him. He usually hides right back in here Nope, I don’t see him. Yeah he comes up every 20 minutes to get some air and goes back down. That’s a pearsei cichlid. Then here’s another pacu and an iridescent
    shark. These are masheers. There’s gold and blue. Oh that’s an alligator gar back there. I don’t know why he hides but he’s back there. We got long nose gars here. Oh this is a thin bar. He’s pretty beat up,
    he was pretty beat up when he came in but we got that thin bar there’s another thin bar here there’s a good good-lookin thin bar and then there’s a fourth one right there. We actually read the thin bars and you look over here to the thousand gallon you have babies of them in here. Here’s one here there’s like four or five in here now. It came from our our fish breeding naturally. I’m not trying to breed them but they did breed. Okay so let me ask you a couple questions. Yes sir. So this tank here, how is this filtered? It has an out right there so we pump water in on that side to that big 2-inch PVC pipe and the water fills up the tank and overflows out and it comes back here. We have an 800 gallon filter here. Go back
    in this way. I’ll continue talking but you can go in that
    way. That is a sock table that I had Steve Shin
    from Aquatica build for me and it’s nine socks that are 100 micron apiece so the water comes in goes through these nine socks and then I have four foot of house plants here taking out nitrates. And the bottom of this 800 gallon tub is basically a settling chamber and you know once a year or so we got to clean the bottom of this off of slump. It’s about six to eight inches thick. And that keeps it from getting back into the
    water. And then the water comes out into that through
    this pipe here into our homemade biological filters. This is just the sock that I cut to keep the splashing
    down. The water goes into the… it was an old garbage
    can that I drilled a bunch of holes in and that’s full of bioballs and then it comes out on
    the other side you see the waters rippling comes out that way so I had to use two garbage cans to split it up – there’s too much water for one to handle so this is biological that’s mechanical and that’s how we filter it. I’m getting ready, I’m gonna have to upgrade
    the filtration because I’ve got a 2200 gallon
    tank outside right now with the heater in it and the cameras that we’re gonna have to move in here and we’re doing an addition now to be able to you know handle another tank. We have no room in here. so we’re doing the addition to get another tank out there so I’m gonna need more filtration. We’re gonna have to revamp the whole thing and you know we’re trying. Over here this tank someone gave us a set of breeding Jack Dempseys. They’re in the back corner there and I just have water run for the 750 and dripping down into here and some sponge filters in there but they breed every so often have a bunch of babies. So we give away a lot of fish and help out on the smaller items. The
    bigger fish we keep here and basically give them a forever
    home. So I won’t make you talk any longer. You’ve really shown us so much and we appreciate it. Let me just say running something like this cannot be cheap. I won’t make you talk about exactly what it runs to maintain it but guys I’m going to work with Rich between now and when this video comes out. Hopefully we’ll get some type of a way for you guys if you think what he’s doing is a worthy cause to donate to which I think that definitely is, it’s really cool what he’s doing. We’re going to try and if you look down in the video description hopefully we’ll have some type of a way for you to donate and help keep this keep this running. So thank you Rich so much for walking us around this is really awesome. Can’t believe this is all just in your house here really awesome, appreciate it and thanks everyone for watching until next time have a good one.

    10 Biggest Fish Catches In The World
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    10 Biggest Fish Catches In The World

    August 21, 2019


    Fakten schlechter präsentiert zehn größte Fische Fänge in der Welt Nummer eins Hummer 44 Pfund sechs Unzen der durchschnittliche erwachsene Hummer wiegt zwischen ein und zwei Pfund der größte Hummer jemals gefangen wurde im Februar 1977 in Nova Scotia Kanada es wog 44 Pfund sechs Unzen und es war über 44 Zoll lang die zweite größter Hummer wurde 2012 in gefangen
    Maine wog 27 Pfund der Fischer Wer es gefangen hat, tat es versehentlich als Sie versuchten, Garnelen zu fangen endete damit, es wieder in die Ozean Nummer zwei Forellenbarsch 22 Pfund 4 Unzen, wenn Sie ein Fischer sind in Nordamerika Sie wissen, dass das Finden eines Forellenbarsch ist der Fisch zu fangen und je größer desto besser im Jahr 1932 ein Mann genannter George Perry fing das größte Forellenbarsch wog es 22 Pfund vier Unzen im Juli 2009 dies Rekord wurde gefesselt, als ein Mann in Japan namens Manu Bou Corita fing einen der gleiche Größe nur um sicher zu sein, er war nicht Lügen wurde er einen Lügendetektortest gegeben und passierte Nummer drei Schwertfisch 1182 Pfund Im Mai 1953 wurde ein Mann namens Lu Marin Angeln im Norden Chiles und er fing ein Schwertfisch, der 1182 Pfund wog und war über hundert siebzig inches lange nach Berichten dauerte es zwei Stunden um diesen riesigen Fisch zu fangen ist es der schwerste Fisch, der jemals eingeholt wurde auf einer einfachen Angelrute hat er heute stellte den Fisch wieder her und montierte ihn International Game Fish Association Fischerei Hall of Fame Museum das ist eins wirklich große Fische haben diesen Tag Fischer auf der ganzen Welt hoffen nur, dass Sie können einen Schwertfisch Pappas groß einholen
    Nummer für Wels die Größe eines Grizzly Bär eine Gruppe von Fischern war in Nordthailand taumelten sie in der der größte Wels, der jemals gefangen wurde, ist auch der größte jemals gefangene Süßwasserfisch der Wels war 9 Fuß lang wog über sechshundertvierzig Pfund Berichten zufolge war der Wels der Größe eines durchschnittlichen Grizzlybären da diese Fischart gefährdet ist in der Gegend die Dorfbewohner und Fischer versuchte es am Leben zu halten, aber leider waren nicht erfolgreich Nummer fünf Stingray 770 Pfund a Britischer Mann namens Ian Welch war Angeln in den Gewässern von Thailand, als er gefangen ein Rekord-Rochen war es 7 Fuß lang und 7 Fuß breit und gewogen 770 Pfund, es war so groß, dass es 90 dauerte
    Minuten, um die Monster Fische in und zu rollen
    es zog ihn fast über Bord, wenn sie zog es an Bord, um es zu markieren entdeckte, dass es einen 10-Fuß-Stinger hatte und es war schwanger, nachdem Fotos gemacht wurden die Männer führten es ins Wasser zurück nahm insgesamt 13 Männer, um diesen Fisch zu bekommen auf dem Boot Nummer 6 Lachs 83,3 Pfund im Jahr 2012 eine Frau namens Deborah Wittman Perry war neu im Angeln und sie machte eine geführte Exkursion bei Good Hope cannery resorts in Kanada sie zog einen riesigen Lachs ein, der gewogen wurde 83,3 Pfund war es der größte Lachs in einem Jahrzehnt in dieser Region gefangen und es wurde der größte gefangene Lachs zu allen Zeiten nach dem International Game Fish Association Nachdem sie es aufgedreht hatte, entschied sie sich lass es in die wilde Nummer 7 Tintenfisch gehen
    1089 Pfund im Jahr 2008 ein Fischer in der Antarktische Gewässer haben versehentlich ein Tintenfisch das war 1089 Pfund und war 26 Füße lange nach dem Monster Tintenfisch war gefangene Wissenschaftler wollten es so studieren dass sie untersuchen könnten, wie es lebt heute ist es ausgestopft und montiert und Es ist auf dem Display im Tate Papa Tongarewa das ist Neuseelands National Museum es wird angenommen, dass die größter Tintenfisch, der jemals gefangen wurde Nummer 8 Pacific Blue Marlin 1656 Pfund Im Laufe der Jahre gab es reichlich Geschichten von Menschen, die sich in großen Mengen tummeln Pacific Blue Marlins im Jahr 1984 ein britischer Mann fischte in Kona Hawaii nach einem Fangstunde taumelte er 1656 Pfund Pacific Blue Marlin war es 17 Fuß lang dauerte es mehr als zwei Stunden für der Mann, um in diesen riesigen Fisch die Fisch, der der zweitgrößte war gefangen in Brasilien im Jahr 1992 von einem Mann namens Kevin Gardner seine Freundinh wog 1.400 Pfund Nummer neun großer weißer Hai über 4000 Pfund nach dem Kanadisches Hai-Forschungszentrum größter weißer Hai, der jemals war gefangen wurde 1988 in der Nähe von Prinz Edward Insel in Kanada der Mann, der die gefangen hat
    Fisch war David Mackendrick der Hai war über 4.000 Pfund und 20 Fuß lang in allgemeine weiße Haie in Gefangenschaft wachsen, um nur 10 Fuß lang zu sein, sind viele noch kleiner angesichts dieses Hais war doppelt so groß war es ziemlich toll Fang viele Leute denken, dass groß, weiß Haie diese Größe gibt es nur in der Filme, aber klar, das ist nicht wahr Nummer 10 groß Fang die Art von Fisch in Dieses Bild ist jedoch nicht bekannt verdient sicherlich einen Halt auf der 10 größte Fischfang der Welt massiver Fisch schien das nicht zu erschrecken Dorfbewohner, wie sie gesehen werden können den Fisch fangen, es ist nicht bekannt, wie sie erwartet, den Fisch auf diese Weise oder zu fangen
    was sie mit dem Fisch machen wollten Wenn sie es endlich geschafft haben, abonnieren Sie für mehr [Musik] du [Musik]

    Snakehead Fishing!魚虎泛濫成災?不!活生生的悲慘釣遊!
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    Snakehead Fishing!魚虎泛濫成災?不!活生生的悲慘釣遊!

    August 20, 2019


    sunrise Toman breathing type gaming Hello, everyone. Let‘s fishing snakehead today Group rod first Do it And then reel seen that ? a breathing signal of Toman over there And very slow What does it mean to be very slow? It means, it is very high rate of biting select bait cuz it’s sunrise now I think pencil bait is good (where are u?) It usually like this When you are all ready and start fishing The fish was all gone, they won’t come up (First-person perspective) X~ No fish! go eat my breakfast For Toman Fishing, I think the best way is breathing type The highest CP value, the most efficient But the premise is that there are some breathing signal If no You just waiting there And if you go toman fishing by ship That is asking for money you waitting there, you burning money. Generally speaking, 4000$ NT half a day The 1 or 2 hours since sunrise That is the prime time, at least 80% of the price 4000$NT, it can account for 3000
    3200 actuarially=) Therefore, Sunrise must grasp this time. My Bro
    Never doing chores at sunrise Like playing mobile phone, eating breakfast Oh~ Eating breakfast
    Just like what Im doing right now=) Cuz no biting time is money Who said that lure fishing is very economical NO! it burning money, okay? You just sitting here money measured in seconds Time does by , money goes by And there is no casting target Sitting here burning money Unuseful! For real The real situation of toman fishing Just like that coming D**n cast too far away Im already casting very quick No useful In my early posted video It seem s very easy to catch a snakehead after video edit Actually not that easy Edit a dope film like that
    (BASS bumping !music ! screaming !) That s**t has taken for a long time And you have to capture those moments Real state .Just like now It’s been half an hour now. Noting at all And the weather is getting hotter The hotter the more it don’t bite It may be ruined today. That is true live I try minnow bait (The farest way in the world) next sopt It’s been about 15 minutes over since now. in this period tightening nerves cast as quick as possible still useless about 6~7 wonderful shot in the period. really quick shot Not bite! (miss) I have already put on a silence pencil Yo zuri wooden It’s a good bait In other words, its easy to cast Good casting ability is the most important thing the sound, the swimming type …….blablabla Just let it go. No distance No chance You have chance only when youre bait hit the spot So what bait is the best choose Long casting, most important thing Now I change a place where the water is clearer maybe it want to bite Fish is there And breathing all the way But it just not biting the air pressure is high to low I personally prefer Low pressure state Such as before and after the typhoon what If entire high pressure That is god d**n hot , going to die That is actually not bad. Only in Sunrise no bite Under the tree Do you see that ? Something Under the tree Make it angry maybe angry biting And how ? Finally Line BROKEN~ next day with partner keep going over there hurry (u got it! u got it !) (what?) coming coming s**t baby yeah I see that oh coming (CCCCCCComing…….) (he moning x 3) I see I see no bite beside the bamboo gone! Desire is not high wonderful shot I think but no bite finally Ooooooh Fish on be careful Oh D**n Big one how do you feel go with him mission complete bro oh da**n only one hook works release ur reel a little (Im done) okokok its easy hook off when rampaging only one hook up

    Mutant Fish Taking Over Waters Around the World
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    Mutant Fish Taking Over Waters Around the World

    August 18, 2019


    – [Narrator] Behind
    running, fishing is the most popular outdoor activity
    for adults aged 25 and up. It’s largely a totally innocent,
    wacky-event-free venture, even being described as relaxing or fun. But all around the world, bizarre creatures are being reeled in, and it’s doubtful that their captors would describe their catches
    as normal or relaxing. Here are 10 mutant fish taking
    over waters around the world. Number 10, cyclops shark. A bizarre discovery was
    made in La Paz, Mexico, in the Sea of Cortez. A pregnant bull shark was
    caught, and its fetuses removed. One of them was an albino with one eye. Pictures of the cyclops
    shark were posted online, and some experts thought it was a hoax. Filipe Galvan, a well-respected
    Mexican scientist, inspected the shark and
    wrote a paper about it, which is under review. Lending further merit to the
    authenticity of the incident, Tracy Ehrenberg, the general
    manager of Pisces Sportfishing, conducted an interview with the fisherman who made the discovery. The man said that the pregnant shark was dead when they pulled it up, and that during the process
    of filleting the shark they found ten fetuses. The other nine fetuses were fairly normal, both in color and the amount of eyes. And, although it’s sad to think that someone still fishes for sharks, even though many species are endangered, and that they caught a pregnant one, this little albino cyclops
    shark is almost cute enough to star in his own Disney adventures. Number nine, mutated two-headed dolphin. A two-headed, mutant dolphin washed up on the shore of Ismire on
    the west coast of Turkey. It’s believed to have only been around a year old when it died, as it was only a meter long. It was discovered by a schoolteacher, who watched in horror
    as the mutant dolphin washed up on the shore. He then called the police, who took the dolphin’s
    body away for testing. Preliminary eyewitness reports said that the eyes and blow hole of one of the heads weren’t open, which may mean that there were further deformations in the creature, other than the glaringly obvious one, which could have contributed to its death. No one knows whether this is a
    rare case of conjoined twins, a natural type of deformation, or deformation caused by contaminants. Another incident of a
    two-headed dolphin-like creature was reported in the Netherlands. They reported the first ever case of conjoined harbor porpoises. It was thrown back into the ocean because the fishermen
    thought it might be illegal to have it in their possession and generally thought it was
    a good idea not to risk it. They did take pictures before
    throwing it back, however. There are a lot of things that indicate that the creature died
    shortly after birth. It’s tail had not stiffened, which is something that
    porpoises need in order to swim, its dorsal fin had not
    become vertical yet, and it still had hairs on its upper lip, which porpoises shed after birth. Conjoined twins are rare, even in humans. But they’re even more rare in cetaceans, a group of animals that include porpoises, dolphins, whales, and
    other similar creatures. In fact, the porpoise was only the 10th conjoined cetacean case at
    the time of this writing. Many people have a soft spot
    for dolphins and porpoises, so the thought of having two times the fun of a dolphin-like creature
    in one animal is exciting. It’s very unfortunate that this story turned out the way it did, instead of resulting in one
    of the coolest animals ever. Number eight, pug nose striped bass. This mutation is fairly
    common in striped bass. They’re called pug-nosed
    because the mutation causes them to have a large, lumpy head. One recent incident involves
    one being caught in Maryland. The mutation doesn’t affect
    whether you can eat it or not, and doesn’t have any
    harmful effects on the fish, other than making it look really weird. Number seven, fish with horns. A fisherman in Siberia was stunned when he reeled in two pike that had horns on the tops of their heads. He referred to them as underwater dragons because of their appearance. The fish, which were identified as pike, had been pulled from the
    River Irtysh in Russia. Locals blamed nuclear debris from Russian missile launch
    experiments for the mutations. The fisherman dried and preserved the fish’s heads and keeps them in his garage, which is probably a good thing because the last thing we need is horned, nuclear dragon fish swimming about. Number six, mutant fish in Russia. A gigantic fish had been
    terrorizing locals in Siberia for months before it was finally caught. It had been attacking and trying to bite anyone who came near it. With a giant head, piranha-like teeth and a broad tail that resembled an oar, it’s not surprising that
    the locals were freaked out. However, It didn’t turn
    out to be a mutant. Experts say it was a wolffish, a type of endangered
    bottom-feeding predator. But, with the amount of attacks, its appearance and just
    the fact that a giant, massively aggressive fish was attacking anything that came near the water, it’s really no surprise
    that locals thought this was either some sort of
    mutant or monster fish. Before I reveal the next example, you should subscribe if
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    on some amazing knowledge that could have filled your brain. Now let’s get back to it. Number five, giant fluorescent blue fish. Residents in Gaston
    County, North Carolina, are trying to figure out
    what this huge fish is and where the video was taken. It was uploaded on Disclose
    Screen’s YouTube channel and simply said that the fish was from a lake in Gaston County,
    but not which one. The fish appears to be
    around four feet long and Disclose says it’s around 30 lbs. Many are speculating that
    it’s some sort of carp, but they have no explanation for its fluorescent blue coloration. About one in a million
    times a rainbow trout will be blue to due to
    a rare genetic variant, but that occurs in approximately
    one in a million cases. If this is what the fishermen saw here, they stumbled across an
    extremely rare creature. Still, its a pretty large fish, and although its coloration
    makes it appear to be some sort of wild Pokémon
    that’s appeared in the lake, it’s most likely not. So, don’t go wasting balls on it. Number four, Russian fish with two mouths. This fish is simply terrifying! It has one mouth on its face, one on its neck, and a bizarre tail. It has a weirdly round body
    that shouldn’t belong to a fish. But even more creepy is the
    fact that it has an odd, bulbous protrusion that appears to be filled with some sort of liquid. The fisherman who caught it speculated that the liquid could be eggs, meaning that there was the possibility of more of these creatures. This isn’t the first fish of
    its kind to be caught though. A Reddit user posted a video that appeared to show a two-headed fish. For a bit, speculation
    was all over the internet about what it was and
    how it had come to be. It wasn’t a conjoined twin, and it hadn’t grown up
    near a nuclear plant, as neat as that would be. Experts said it was a grass
    carp that had been deformed. The second mouth was
    actually a large hole formed because the gill arches
    weren’t connected to its mouth. There was also a fish caught in Australia that had two mouths. Garry Warwick, the fisherman
    who landed this bizarre catch, caught the fish in Lake
    Bonney, South Australia. He told ABC “Both mouths are
    actually joined together. “The top one opens and closes, “but the bottom one
    looks permanently open.” Although he’s been a commercial
    fisherman for over 30 years, he says he’s never seen
    anything like this. Facial deformities in which
    the creature or person has more than one of a
    particular facial feature, in this case two mouths,
    is called diprosopus. It’s commonly associated
    with conjoined twins, although it’s not the result
    of two embryos fusing together, nor is it the result of
    them not fully separating. It’s caused when facial
    patterning acts abnormally. Unfortunately, creatures
    with two faces don’t usually survive because they
    usually have some degree of deformation in their
    internal organs as well. Number three, fish with human teeth. An emperor fish was
    caught by a schoolteacher in the West Papu region of Indonesia. The teacher was astounded
    to find that the fish had flat, molar-like
    teeth that looked human. He gave the fish to a student, who took it home to his family. They were all equally shocked when they discovered its teeth. Rather than eat the fish, they decided to freeze and preserve it. That’s probably a good thing because whatever unholy alliance
    that was forged in order to create this fish is probably
    not safe for ingestion. Number two, the monsterous
    fish from Thailand. A Thai fisherman was out fishing and hoping to catch
    something worthy of a meal. Instead, he pulled in something
    that is pure nightmare fuel. This fish has a long body
    that looks a bit like an oar, a giant mouth filled
    with sharp-looking teeth, and, probably most notably,
    it doesn’t seem to have eyes. No one knows quite what it is. But, the bigger mystery here is where are its eyes and how does it see? Number one, bird fish. This bizarre fish was recently
    caught in a river in Guizhou. It looks like a completely
    normal fish on the bottom half, but the head is where things get mad. Some people say that it looks a bit like the face of a pigeon. Others say it looks like
    the face of a dolphin. What it definitely does not look like is the ordinary head of a
    carp that matches its body. Some people blame its apparent deformation on water contaminants. Others think that this is
    some sort of hybrid creature, but those in favor of the hybrid theory are not in agreement with what animals parented this bizarre creature. Unfortunately, testing cannot be done to shed light on its parentage, either, as the fish was released back
    into its natural habitat. What exactly is a bird fish’s
    natural habitat anyway? Did it fly away or swim? Most of the entries on this list died, either before or after discovery, which makes for an alarming mystery. What entry did you think
    was the most interesting? Let me know in the comments down below, and thanks for watching.