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Russian Fisherman Shares His Rare Catch of The Day With the World

Russian Fisherman Shares His Rare Catch of The Day With the World
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Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

Frilled Shark

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This shark was classified as Frilled Shark. Notice the barbed in-grown teeth formation. It is hard to imagine anything fortunate enough to let itself loose from that death grip.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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This is another closeup side shot of the Frilled Shark. Roman stated that this species is among the deadliest fish out there in deep sea.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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Roman’s love for dep sea exploration developed when he started watching movies at a young age.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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Later on, Roman Fedortsov recalls that it was his mother who encouraged him to pursue his passion seriously. He still thanks her to this day.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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Based in Murmansk, the fisherman shares a lot of tales with his fellow community members about catching fish that he wasn’t expecting in his net at all. The above photograph is of a shark, better known as The Chimera.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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All these creatures were caught, curated or collected over a period of several years. 

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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This is a photograph of a rare fish breed that’s generally classified as a starfish.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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“Although it looks like a part lobster and part praying mantis, this fish is not something that we encounter at medium depth levels,” stated Roman Fedortsov. 

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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This spikey one eyed cretin is turned upside down by the fisherman in this closeup snap shot. You can see the small mouth opening underneath the yellow eye.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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Roman also stated that he is considering pursuing career as a marine biologist. However, given the state of expenses, he hasn’t been able to enroll himself in a reputable institute yet.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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These three little fellas can retract their suckers/ mouths inside their bodies if a threat is detected. Notice the dotted nerve endings on the protruded fleshy mass; it helps them to detect if a prey is nearby.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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This fish is not exactly a rare breed. A lot of these can be found by common scuba divers on normal days.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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This is not the kind of fish/ leech that you’d want latching on your foot. Please stay wary of your surroundings whenever you are exploring the deep sea.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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These two little fish are the cousins of regular puffer fish. The only difference is that these two are much meaner when they puff up to reveal a ball of spikes.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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According to Fedortsov, most of these fish died when they were caught, or when they were brought on board. The reason being the change in water pressure. At lower depth, their bodies are not able to adapt to the changes.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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This fish is the distant cousin of the parrot fish. In most cases, it is harmless, until or unless it is seriously provoked. Most of these fish gorge on underground reefs. 

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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This fish was identified as a grenadier. It’s drooling lips and massive red eyes make it look scarier all the more.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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Roman Fedortsov also had to bear with fish life activists who thought that he had killed these fish intentionally.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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On his Twitter account, Roman recently tweeted, “Всем удачного дня!” roughly meaning everyone have a good day.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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The fisherman handles his prized possessions very carefully as to avoid any possible injuries or poisonous stings.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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This fish is commonly known as the Angler Fish. It lures its victims in by making that little bubble glow. You can see it at the end of the tip. The fish instantly grabs anything that’s curious enough to get closer for further inspection of the “glowing thing.”

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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If these fish are alive, they are sent back to where they came from. Dead fish are dismembered for human consumption or wastage. 

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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The Russian fisherman is confident that someday he will be featured in Guiness Book of World Records for displaying the most number of rarest fish.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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He has been cataloging and photographing everything to the best of his knowledge.

Just last year, the internet was taken up by a storm when a Russian fisherman: Roman Fedortsov shared photos of rare fish breeds. Needless to say, marine biologists and keyboard warriors tested the pictures for authenticity, and they all confirmed that they were legit. Here’s the entire collection to help you get acquainted with the mysterious underwater world.

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This primitive fish is the rarest of its kind due to its elongated jaw, barbed teeth and dorsal fin shape.

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