Japanese fishermen caught giant wolf eel fish, suspected of being radioactive

A photo of a Japanese fisherman lifting an unusually large wolf eel fish is going viral on social media in this country.

According to the Daily Mail, fisherman Hirasaka Hiroshi caught the largest wolf eel fish ever, while casting his net in the waters around the island of Hokkaido this country.

The giant fish Mr. Hiroshi caught this time is considered the largest wolf eel fish ever. Its mouth can swallow a soccer ball, while its body is up to 2m long – twice the normal size of the same species.
Mr. Hiroshi also said that in the past 3 months, he has caught two such large wolf eels twice. This wolf eel fish is up to 2m long, ugly shape
Japanese fishermen caught giant wolf eel fish, suspected of being radioactive

Wolf eels usually live on the bottom of the Pacific and Atlantic oceans and feed on small fish and plankton. Despite the fierce and scary appearance, often appearing in science fiction movies, in fact the wolf eel fish is very gentle. Many people suspect that this fish is affected by the Fukushima nuclear disaster
Japanese fishermen caught giant wolf eel fish, suspected of being radioactive


The catch of large fish beyond imagination compared to animals of the same species is raising concerns about the consequences of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster.

The earthquake and tsunami four years ago collapsed the cooling system of the Fukushima nuclear plant, causing three reactors to melt and release radiation into the ocean, affecting aquatic species. This disaster is considered the largest since the Chernobyl nuclear crisis in 1986.

Years after the Fukushima disaster, fish caught in nearby seas had radioactive levels 2,500 times higher than the safe level.

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