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Pictures Chimaera monstrosa (Rabbit fish)

Chimaera monstrosa(fb) © Albin Dal
13-01-2015 11:26:02
8 person(s) like(s) this picture.

picture properties:
year taken :2015
country :Norway
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replies (6)
13-01-2015 12:32:26
Theo Modder says : Wow !
And from the shore ?!?
13-01-2015 12:33:08
Pascal Pépé Sjamajee Rommelaere says : Nice. Well done.
13-01-2015 14:33:31
Albin Dal says : Yes. Surf fishing from shore during the dark hours. Not particularly uncommon. You just have to fish the right spots.
13-01-2015 21:34:49
Jani Hakkarainen says : Nice one, a real dream catch.
14-01-2015 04:13:51
Ben Cantrell says : That is one of the coolest fish I‘ve seen. Incredible, so so awesome!
14-01-2015 11:04:49
Albin Dal says : Thanx guys. I dont know if its common elsewhere then norway. If you want to catch them its not very difficult if you target them at the right time of the year

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3193  species.
26 non recognized species.
20 hybrids.
416  fly caught.
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