This had to hurt going down, right?
You know how when people throw up, it often seems like they didn't chew any of their food? How do you think it would go if this bird felt a little seasick?
In this video, what looks like a double-crested cormorant doesn't take a single bite of a pretty impressive catfish.
If it is a double-crested cormorant, it's safe to say this footage was captured somewhere in America, as these birds range from Alaska all the way down to the Everglades in Florida.
Watch the video below:
It's safe to say this clip probably breaks the hearts of any catfish fans out there, as this is one fish they'll never again have a shot at.
Could you imagine catfishing and seeing this happen right in front of you?
One of the coolest things about a double-crested cormorant is that even though they swim through the water like a duck, the majority of their bodies actually float below the surface.
Swimming through the water with only their heads above the surface gives them kind of a Loch Ness look, doesn't it?