Rare Oarfish Scares Fishermen of Earthquake

The deep sea oarfish, or "earthquake fish," is unknown to humans since it lives below the ocean's surface.

Japanese folklore believes these terrible monsters only surface to beach themselves in a ceremonial suicide warning of impending calamity.

Off the coast of Sinaloa, Mexico, the captors tossed their prize in a pickup truck bed while laughing and pointing.

"The silver monster was filmed on October 5 in Sinola, Mexico. Long and flat, it resembles a snake, fish, and eel.

It's a deep-sea oarfish, a monster that lives 200 to 1000 metres underwater."

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