A rare species of monster fish suddenly appeared after Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut) devastated the country during the weekend.
Last week, Typhoon Ompong has been one of the most discussed topics after lashing some parts of the country with intense winds and torrential rains.
Ompong with an international name “Mangkhut” is the strongest storm that hits the Philippines within this year.
The typhoon made a landfall in Baggao, Cagayan, and lashes northern Luzon causing flash floods and landslides.
Recently, a Facebook user named Prince Gerald Manansala Uzon has shared the photos of rare species of a monster fish after the devastation of Typhoon Ompong.
The strange sea creature looks like an alligator with a creepy physical appearance has been found after the typhoon.
Last year, the appearance of deep-sea creatures like ‘Oarfish’ in shallow waters was linked to the series of earthquakes felt in the various part of the country.
A Japanese seismologist Kiyoshi Wadatsumi stated that deep-sea creatures are more sensitive to the movements of active faults near the sea bottom.
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Some netizens claims that the rare sea creature was just an ‘Alligator Gar’ and expressed their reactions on the photos:
Macky Mac Javier: “Di nmn po sila kumakain ng tao.. Pet po cguro yan.. Nakawala nung baha. Kakatakot lang talaga itsura kya cguro pag d talaga nila alam kung anu yan matatakot talaga sila”
Ginrin Shusui Kai Beijan: “Di na common yan sa mga monster fish enthusiast.. It’s called Aligator Gar.. Meron ako nyaan dati bangus pinapakain namin sa ganyan kaya me freezer kaming puro bangus ang laman.. Haha”
Van Lan: “ rare sa pinas yan.pero sa ibang bnsa common lng yan..”
Rubelyn Quisim Sunga: “ Ano ba to? Kase may ganyan kami until now sa bahay, nakuha lang namen yun nung nagbaha. Hanggang ngayon nasa bahay pa den, 3 yrs na sya hahaha 😂 tawag namen dun crocodile fish kase mukang crocodile yung muka.”
Amielle Trance Aquino: “Kung binenta nyo yan sa petshop o kaya sa mga nagaalaga ng isda, kumita pa kayo ng libo in just a day haha”
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