Try Not To Drown

A fisherman in Alaska took home a catch for the ages recently when he reeled in a 40-pound shortraker rockfish that experts believe is at least 200 years old. The Daily Sitka Journal reported that Henry Liebman of Seattle was deep-sea fishing off the coast of Alaska on June 21 when he hooked the record-setting shortraker fish from a depth of approximately 900 feet. (source)

it’s cool that you found a unique creature but did you really need to take it home and put it on your wall fucking bastard

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Posted on Tuesday, July 2nd at 11:33AM with 1,631 notes

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    This sucks. It survived 200 years and then we plucked it out and showed it off. -.-
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