One of the rarest fish in the world has been spotted for the first time since 1999, on a deep-sea camera off Australia’s coast. The pink handfish gets its name from its oversized ‘hands’ which it uses to ‘walk’ along the sea bed and has only been seen four other times.
Officially on the endangered list, the pink handfish has excited researchers with this latest appearance, as it shows its habitat to be more varied than previously thought, offering hope that the population is larger than expected.
Maybe the handfish just likes keeping to itself. After all, does this guy really look like he wants visitors?
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Obviously it evolved the “legs” due to the superiority of that mode of transport, hence the fish’s proliferation. Uhhh, I means, it’s a mutation. Um it did it to survive. Ummmm it wants to become a quadruped?
I only saw rock lobsters
When I good Walkign Fish I see something entirely different.
This video seems to be about lobsters and fish?
What a shitty life. Still better than being a Democrat though
In C 1865 a Domincan traveling thru Arizona described the Rare Walking fish that a passerby saw on rare occasions. True. I have his book, too.
This video reminds me of all the blurry ufo videos.
sure thats not a crayfish?
looks just like one
def not a cat
The ocean is so damn creepy
Where is Tiffany Dover?
Why am I here? I have to prepare for exam
Oh why not leave the creature in peace and not give a location .It has found a sanctuary , let it be
Gordon Ramsey is currently cooking the last walking fish for Jeff Bezos 🐠👌
Where is the walking fish. I don't see it
That wasn't walking, he was doing The Crab, silly
I hope Chinese are not watching this video
Great Uncle Gary?
no social distancing
Those are called "Lobsters"
The way things are going with ocean pollution and overfishing, I wonder if it will be one of it's "final outings" or if it just might survive somewhere in the deeper recesses of the ocean floor where humans can't find it?..
RT is like a rug pull