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WorldFisherman gets shock as he reels in 'dinosaur-like' fish with huge eyes

01:35  16 september  2019
01:35  16 september  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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AN angler got the shock of his life when he accidentally reeled in this alien- like monster from the deep. Oscar Lundahl nearly jumped out of his fishing boat when he saw the bizarre-looking species Their huge eyes are believed to have been developed to help them see in the darkness of the deep.

Eye , eye , captain! AN angler got the shock of his life when he accidentally reeled in this alien- like monster from the deep. Their huge eyes are believed to have been developed to help them see in the darkness of the deep. Oscar, 19, was fishing for the blue halibut when he caught the ratfish by

An angler had a big surprise when he accidentally reeled in a "weird, dinosaur-like" fish.

Fisherman gets shock as he reels in 'dinosaur-like' fish with huge eyes© Other Oscar Lundahl pictured with the strange looking ratfish. Pic BNPS

Oscar Lundahl is believed to have nearly jumped out of his boat when he saw on the end of his line the strange-looking species with large, bulbous eyes.

It turned out the creature was a ratfish, which lives in deep water and is distantly related to sharks.

It is harmless to humans and gets its name from its long, thin tail that some scientists in the past believed resembled a rat's.

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The ratfish's large eyes help in the dark as they reflect light like those of cats.

The 19-year-old man was fishing for blue halibut when he caught the ratfish off the island of Andoya in northern Norway.

He had four hooks on his line with mackerel as bait and was fishing in water depths of 2,600ft (800m).

The fishing guide said: "I felt something quite big on the end of it. It took me about 30 minutes to reel it in because it was 800 metres deep.

"There were two halibut on two of the hooks and I was really happy about that and then I saw there was something else.

"It was pretty amazing. I have never seen anything like it before. It just looked weird, a bit dinosaur-like.

"I didn't know what it was but my colleague did."

Unfortunately, the ratfish did not survive out of the water due to a sudden change in pressure.

Mr Lundahl said he took it home to eat.

He added: "Despite its ugly appearance it was really tasty. It is a bit like cod but tastier."

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Fisherman gets shock as he reels in 'dinosaur-like' fish with huge eyes.
An angler had a big surprise when he accidentally reeled in a "weird, dinosaur-like" fish. Oscar Lundahl is believed to have nearly jumped out of his boat when he saw on the end of his line the strange-looking species with large, bulbous eyes. © Other Oscar Lundahl pictured with the strange looking ratfish. Pic BNPS It turned out the creature was a ratfish, which lives in deep water and is distantly related to sharks. It is harmless to humans and gets its name from its long, thin tail that some scientists in the past believed resembled a rat's.

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