A bizzare fish was caught in Malaysia.
The odd looking fish remained a mistery before the world as the fish got a full set of humman teeth.
Twitter users have been reacting to the photo of the strange creature, some one even went far to give the fish a makeover by adding eye lashes and a pair of tiny hands to the photo of the fish.
Another twitter user identified the fish as a trigger fish which he said are common in terestial waters across Malaysia though not with human teeth.
So many have delibrated over the identity of the fish and even doubted whether the fish was real or not.
However, a report from the Mirror (https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/bizarre-fish-pictured-eerily-human-22360535), said that the strange looking fish is indeed an actual specie of toothy fishes.
The photo of the fish have also garnered a lot of reactions from Nigerians.
See some of their comments below:
What do you think about the fish?
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