Filipino fishermen were surprised when caught a strange fish, its body is covered with tattoos like “alien creatures.”
Since the image of the tattooed fish has been posted on social networks, the photo has caught the attention of the public and there are many comments made to try to explain this phenomenon. Those who believe in conspiracy theory immediately think of this as an alien message sent to Earth. Others are concerned about the unusual appearance of the fish due to changes in the marine environment.
Fishermen caught this strange “creature” in Mindanao, Philippines. And placed next to other ordinary fish to see the difference.
When you zoom in, you can see a lot of tattoos on the body of the fish, these tattoos look unnatural, like the image of someone deliberately tattooing fish.
The unusual tatooes is undoubtedly of human origin, but how it ended up on a wild fish is still a mystery. However, the thousands of people commenting on the photos posted by Philippines news network GMA News were more than willing to voice their opinions.
Perhaps the most rational explanation for the fish was offered by one Steve Clark, who wrote: âThis was probably caused by some sort of trash or fabric that had been embedded in the fish skin and over time imprinted this design onto it.
It’s fair to say that some of the comments are pretty ridiculous:
There are many things in our world that we do not know about, especially under the sea. Remember, the sea is greater than land,â one person wrote, while another suggested that the fish may have escaped from an underwater jail where marine biologists mark marine creatures with strange symbols!
In addition, the tattoo also contains ancient characters. Many people speculate, maybe this is the work of aliens. Aliens have created a special fish with their own identifying sign that they hunt for food upon arrival in Earth.
Experts said that if aliens want to send messages through fish, this approach obviously does not work. Thissea creature is a mystery to humans.
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This post was written by Nadia Vella