Three eyed fish caught near a nuclear power plant in Argentina

By on Oct 27, 2011

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A three eyed wolf fish was captured in the waters near a nuclear power plant in Argentina

Three eyed fish are about as rare as one eyed-fish but since we’ve already born witness to the cyclops shark we may as well embrace this three-eyed wolf fish. This Tri-clops wolf fish was captured near the waters of a nuclear power plant, just like Blinky the three eyed fish from the Simpsons animated television show. Seriously, you can’t make this kind of stuff up, or can you? Like the original monopthalmic freak before it, the three-eyed wolf fish could be an elaborate hoax, but the Argentinian fisherman who caught it probably have better things to do, like try fishing far away from the nuclear power plant where they have a better chance of catching fish with bilateral symmetry.

via: Gizmodo, source: Infobae

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