‘Sea serpent’ found: Giant oarfish washes up in Sweden [RARE VIDEO]
EXAMINER.com – According to marine officials and witnesses, one of the largest and most elusive fish in the ocean, the Giant Oarfish, has washed ashore on a Swedish beach.
The fish found measured 12 feet and marked the first time in more than 130 years a giant oarfish was seen in Sweden. The last known capture of a giant oarfish, also known as the “King of the Herrings,” was documented in 1879.
Several witness spotted the giant fish floating near the shore last weekend. While most passersby discounted the sighting, a western Sweden resident noticed it was marine animal and pulled it out of the ocean. Read full story here
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