A couple of you replied with such confidence that it was a snakehead, yet the biologists themselves were uncertain of what it is. Why are you guys so
certain that it is a snakehead? I thought snakeheads were endemic to Asia and Africa anyway.
Ok, well after a bit of research, I now know that snakeheads are not an uncommon invasive species, still don't know if that is what it is.
I saw this on fox 13 a couple days ago. They said it was probally a rainbow whose gums recceded back and it had gotten ranover by a car for its odd
shap ^.^. lots of recceding had to be done though. those teef are big.
Sort of barely on-topic, but I caught a pretty weird looking fish in Colorado once. It was the only time I've ever seen this type of fish. I had no
idea what it was, but my dad knew about them. It's called a sculpin. Here's a picture:
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