Fishermen Captures What No One Was Supposed to See

It's an age-old sci-fi trope: human's nuclear ambitions pollute the water and create terrifying mutations of familiar animals. But while Godzilla turned out to be kind of heroic in the long-term, most of the mutant fish on our planet are kind of... just weird. I don't have a lot of hope in them beating a giant ape. From a two-headed shark to a two-mouthed fish, let's get a look at 20 Mutant Fish Taking Over Waters Around the World!

#raretopic --  The top of the mermaid looks like a water-damaged store mannequin.  The rubbery lower portion is a costume piece.  Somebody must have really wanted to make a mermaid because those tails are really expensive.  It wouldn't show damage because it's silicone.  If a real humanlike dead body had been in the water, it would quickly decompose, becoming distorted and bloated,  not pretty.   The skeleton is a tribute to P. T. Barnum who sewed a monkey to a fish to create the Fiji Mermaid.  There are people born with "Mermaid Syndrome" with their legs fused together.   I don't think the skeleton is one of those because it would have had leg bones.  That's a fish skeleton attached to the bottom and those bones are very big.  Wonder what they used?  The color of the bones looks off, but that might be my monitor.


Fishermen Captures What No One Was Supposed to See

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