According to details, a video has just gone viral that has captured a fish with human face. A fish with markings on its face that make it look like a human has left people stunned.
The fish was reportedly filmed by a visitor in a lake outside the city of Kunming in the south of China. Some people also think that the fish might turned into a fairy.
Those on China’s Weibo social media site, were left with many reactions about this. Mostly, people were amazed and fascinated by this unique Carp fish. Someone said, “This is scary.” Another commented “Who dares to eat it?”
Footage shows the animal poking its head just above the surface of the water at the lake’s edge.
On its face can be seen two black dots resembling eyes, two vertical stripes resembling the sides of a nose, and a horizontal line resembling a mouth.
The woman filming can be heard saying: “The fish has turned into a fairy.”
Users of Weibo, China’s version of twitter, have been left amazed by the clip.
“This is scary,” wrote one.
“Who dates to eat it?” asked another.
The footage was shot close to a village of Miao people, one among the 55 minority ethnic teams recognised by the Chinese authorities, which can also be native vacation spot, the Feidian Movies weblog reported.
The Miao dwell principally in southern China, Vietnam, and Laos, although many migrated to the West – notably to the US, France, and Australia – after the communist takeover of Laos in 1975.
In 2016, another carp with a “human face” caused a stir after being captured in Wugang City in the Hunan province in central China.
The fish was caught by primary school teacher Qiu Xiaohua, who said he had never seen anything like it in 20 years of fishing.
He had been planning to eat the fish, but instead opted to keep it in his home.
Chinese collectors in particular are known to pay big money for unique and rare animals and plants.
In 2010, a carp with a “human face” captured by 44-year-old Essex butcher Brendan O’Sullivan was valued at £40,000.
(Source: The Sun)