Giant fish from the depths of the sea found on California beaches. Nature

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A giant fish that lives only in deep sea water was found on California’s Orange Cottie Beach on Monday (10).

Pacific Soccer fish found on California’s Orange County beach – Photo: Breeding / Facebook / Crystal Cove State Park

The area where the fish appeared is part of a protected area in Crystal Cove State Park, which he explained in his profile on the social network that it is very rare that they appear on beaches, as they live below 900 meters deep , And even more though they are still intact on the coast.

Pacific Soccer fish found on California’s Orange County beach – Photo: Breeding / Facebook / Crystal Cove State Park

The animal found was a female Pacific football fish, which can reach more than 7 meters. The male of this species is usually only 30 centimeters and acts as a species of parasite, whose sole function is to help the female to breed according to experts.

The Pacific football fish belongs to the order of the Lopihiformes, the bony fish, which mostly have a structure in front of the head that emits luminosity to attract prey to darkness in the depths of the seas where they live.

Pacific Soccer fish found on California’s Orange County beach – Photo: Breeding / Facebook / Crystal Cove State Park

Its teeth are pointed and pointed like glass, and its mouth is capable of sucking and swallowing its body shape, according to the State Park publication.

A fish of the type appears in the animation “Finding Nemo”, when Merlin and his friend Dory are attracted by a small light, actually part of a hunter’s head.

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