Would a fish with two mouths make it easier to catch?
It might, and it definitely makes it extra creepy.
Gary Warrick was fishing in Riverland in Australia's southern region when he caught this bony bream with two mouths. Warrick is a professional fisherman residing in Barmera and says he hasn't seen anything like this in more than 30 years.
Warrick went on to say, "It was very unusual. I have been fishing here for 30 years, and I have come across a few deformed fish, but never anything quite like this. The two mouths are actually joined together. The top one opens and closes while the bottom one stays closed. It's amazing it was alive."
This bream is just the latest rare animal caught in Australian waters. In the past two months, Australia added two other extremely rare catches to its list of creepy creatures.
We don't know what's in the waters off the Australian coastline, but fishermen are reeling in some pretty insane-looking fish these days.
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