‘Zombie fish’ found in lake 21 years after it was declared extinct – News

'Zombie fish' found in lake 21 years after it was declared extinct - News

a fish Declared extinct in 1998 After the specimens of the species were found again, the specialist left in the powder.

it’s small Mogurband Advertising (Or Southern Gobi-spotted-violet, in free translation, since the animal is not present in our organism), which was considered extinct in 1998, but again Seen “hidden” On a lake in Victoria in southern Australia.

The first animal was found in 2019, but a two-year comprehensive investigation revealed the presence of another 79 nearby. For the historical feat, the beast earned the nickname “Zombie Fish”.

To prevent a real extinction of the fish, the country’s wildlife officials are planning to re-build, through an extensive breeding program. In captivity.

“Most of our teams work a lifetime to deal with the decline of threatened or endangered species. In an interview with the Daily Mail, therefore, having the opportunity to witness the opposite is something special.

According to experts, zombie fish usually live in standing water with weeds, or small streams in slushy areas – briefly, in swamps. At these locations, it feeds on larvae, tadpoles and small fish.

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