Nik Pyselman and Cam Twigley landed a fish unlike any you’ve ever seen.
Unless your an Ichthyologist or something.
The two men were jogging on Fitzroy Beach on New Zealand’s North Island when they encountered a lacetfish floundering in shallow water.
Twigley told the Daily Mail, “It looked like it was struggling a bit to get off the shore. I knew we had stumbled across something out of the ordinary so I grabbed it by the tail and lifted it out. We were pretty shocked when we got a proper look at it. It’s like a hybrid of a baracoota with its fang-like teeth and a sailfish with its tall fin. I’ve definitely never seen anything like it.”
We’ve never seen anything like it either!
Just how rare a fish is the lacetfish?
We couldn’t even find it on Wikipedia!