Rich German and his friend Matt Wheaton may have found the largest fish ever recorded in the record books. The pair recorded their encounter with a giant sunfish in Laguna Beach, California, United States.
“My friend Matt and I were paddling and we ran up to him… it was hard not to notice! It was two to three meters long, much bigger than me,” the German told the Daily Star.
Also according to Voyager, apart from the size, the appearance of the fish also took him by surprise.
“It’s hard to compare a sunfish to other creatures because they have such a strange appearance – they look like a common shark that’s been cut in half. I’ve seen that in many years, but it was definitely the biggest .
Known as The Book of Records, according to Guinness World Records, the world’s largest bony fish was another sunfish caught in 1996 off Kamogawa, Japan. It weighed 2.3 tons and measured 2.4 meters in length.
Despite the registration, the fish registered by the Germans have not yet been analyzed to measure their size.
“Matt’s board is about 4.2 meters long and if you look at the pictures, you can see how big it looks,” Rover said.
+ Soap opera ‘Carousel’ director Olivia, actress Noemi Gerbelli died at the age of 68
+ Brazilian model married nine women and made international news
+ Horoscope: See today’s forecast for your zodiac sign
+ Quick and Simple Chicken Wings Recipe with Spicy Chutney
+ Discover the juice that increases longevity and lowers cholesterol
+ CNH: See what you need to know to apply and renew
+ Video of crocodile in Florianopolis is going viral on the Internet
+ See which were the most stolen cars in SP in 2021
+ Campaign identifies giant squid responsible for shipwreck in 2011
+ Everything You Need to Know Before Buying a Crockpot
+ Discovered in Armenia in the easternmost aqueduct of the Roman Empire
+ US agency warns: never wash raw chicken meat
+ Aloe Gel in Drink: See Benefits
+ Lemon squeeze trick became the craze on social media