- Terrifying creature was caught by fishermen in Primorsky Krai, south east Russia
- It appears to have a mouth on its face and neck and drips transparent liquid
- One internet user blamed the fish’s appearance on the 2011 Fukushima disaster
This terrifying mutant fish with two mouths gave fishermen a fright in Far East Russia.
Their unusual catch appears to have a mouth on its neck as well as its face and a bizarre hook tail.
The men, who caught the monstrous creature in Primorsky Krai, off the country’s south eastern coast, can be seen showing it off in a video posted online.
Opening one of its mouths, the fisherman says: ‘We caught some kind of monster.’
The mutant fish (pictured) was caught by fishermen off Russia’s south eastern coast. It appears to have a mouth on its neck as well as its face
The round hole on its neck (pictured) appears to be another of the creatures mouths. It is not clear if it was still breathing
The bottom of it appears to be filled with a transparent liquid, which drips out as the men hold up the unfortunate looking fish.
They claim the liquid could be the fish’s eggs, but had no idea what breed it was – or even if it was alive.
Commenting on the video, internet users shared their thoughts on the weird vertebrae.
Netizen Papa Karlo (Kollodi) said: ‘Oh boy! You really know how to ruin my appetite.’
Another, Galina Ignatenko, said: ‘Everything seems to be mutating in this world. The nature is avenging for people ruining it.’
One even blamed the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011 for the fish’s frightening appearance, saying: ‘This is all possible thanks to Fukushima explosion.’
The incident at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant in Japanwas triggered by a tsunami following the Tohoku earthquake and injured 37 people.
As they pick the fish up, the fishermen reveal its bottom, filled with transparent liquid they believe could be its eggs
Lifting it up higher for the video, the gruesome clear liquid drips off the creature onto the ground