Giant fish washed up deserted beach taken for fake because of its size

Giant fish washed up deserted beach taken for fake because of its size

Following the appearance of a giant fish that washed up at the shores of a deserted beach, two fishermen have expressed their shock at its unbelievable size.

The sea creature which has been identified as a sunfish, was found 25km east of the River Murray mouth, a popular fishing and relaxation spot in South Australia.

According to reports by Daily Mail, a man identified as Steven Jones found the fish while he was on a fishing trip with the rest of his team at Goolwa Pipicio.

The report further noted that pictures of the sea animal which was estimated to be around 2.5m in length, and weighed several hundreds of Kilograms, were posted on Facebook by Linette Grzelak.

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Grzelak had said: "A sunfish found by my partner along the Coorong a couple of nights ago… I thought it was fake"

See photos of the ginormous creature below:

Giant fish washed up deserted beach taken for fake because of its size

The two fishermen posed with the huge sea creature when they realized it was not fake. Photo: Linette Grzelak
Source: Facebook

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Sunfishes are usually found in tropical waters around the world and sometimes, people often mistake them for sharks because of their fin.

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They are also considered as a meal in some parts of Asia like Japan, Korea and Taiwan.

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