Experts have identified a fish with a human jaw caught in the Chelyabinsk region. These are found only in Texas.
Russian State Fisheries Committee has published the information on the identification of a mysterious fish that managed to catch a resident of Chelyabinsk region in one of the country's rivers blue lakes, also known as the Southern Urals.
It was found that the fish, whose jaw shocked the lucky angler to its almost complete similarity with the human jaw is not really a mutant. According to experts, the kind of fish it is known, including the fact that it is found only in one place — in the U.S. state of Texas.
Its Latin name Archosargus probatocephalus, as the Americans call it Convict fish, which can be translated as "sheep's head" and a "fish-convict." The jaw of the fish is really similar to humans, and the structure of the teeth — too. And now the only mystery that remains Isis sensation as the fish came to the Chelyabinsk region, whose climate is clearly not the same as Texas.
According to experts, most likely, the fish has expanded treasury of stories about how the wealthy owners of cottages, which are now firmly made the lakes shores of Chelyabinsk, having played with exotic specimens of fauna, get rid of yesterday's favorites, releasing them into the environment.
Meanwhile, the "Komsomolskaya Pravda" indicates that after the incident, the lake was occupied by fishermen from the local community — hoping to catch a monster relatives. The fact is that a fisherman named Valery, who managed to catch a fish with human teeth, now literally swamped with commercial offers from Russian and foreign media, and a wave of excitement arose wanted to catch the others.