Thursday, November 21, 2013

Kaiju Alert!

This week fishermen in Northeastern Canada found this freakish abomination in their nets. Fortunately one of the fishermen had the presence of mind to take a photo of it before his comrades killed it with fire.

The identity of the horrific aberration remained a mystery until a researcher with the Ocean Tracking Network identified it as a long-nosed chimaera, a rare fish that inhabits the sea at a normal depth of 6,000 feet.

Or so the media would have us believe.

All I know is it looks very familiar. I can't quite place where I've seen it before...

Oh yeah. Now I remember.

"Warning! Activity in the Rift! Kaiju Alert! Category 4. Codename: Knifehead!

Better fire up the Jaegers before it makes landfall.

2 comments:

  1. Alotta weird rare sea life has been surfacing lately... the possible causes are kinda scary. one is that Fukushima reactor is still pouring unprecedented amounts of radiation into the Ocean (a fact, not a theory) and another is that some big undersea earthquakes/volcanic activity is ramping up

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  2. Coincidentally, Sunday's Wiki featured article was..

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goblin_shark

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