19-year-old guide caught big-eyed dinosaur fish from sea, photos viral

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Fishing company guide Oscar Lundahl has caught fish with big eyes from the Norwegian sea. Oscar calls the fish a dinosaur fish. He says that never seen such fish before. Actually this fish is of the shark species the ratfish ‘. Oscar currently plans to eat it.

No harm to humans

19-year-old Oscar says, Ratfish was found when I was fishing 2600 feet deep. It got stuck in my web. The eyes of the fish are very large according to the body. It is a bit strange to see. Pictures of the fish are going viral on social media.

Ratfish are considered different types of fish. Its Latin name is Chimerus monstros lineius. The name is derived from a demon. Whose head was lion and tail was dragon. The rate of the species is 30 million years old, which does not harm humans in any way.

Ratfish usually eat sea snails. Scientists believe that the reason for its large eyes to develop is to stay in depth where it is always dark. Due to increasing pressure in the sea, more species could not survive.

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