When It's Time For Dinner, These Fish Are Disturbingly Excited

When It’s Time For Dinner, These Fish Are Disturbingly Excited

If you’ve ever worked in the food industry, you know what it’s like when lunchtime hits and the entire restaurant is overrun with dead-eyed office workers brainlessly fighting for spots in line as if the food was going to run out. Well that same thing is pretty much captured here in this video of feeding time at a fish farming pond in China. Watch the ensuing brawl that happens when the fish handler drops off the feed on the water’s edge. I don’t know how exactly they’re eating the food — it just looks like they’re flailing around in hopes of getting to the front of the line. I hate to say it…but it’s a little too fishy for me. Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/feeding-time/

Here Are Some Monster Fishes That Agree You Shouldn't Go Swimming.

Here Are Some Monster Fishes That Agree You Shouldn’t Go Swimming.

To some, fishing is a way to find serenity of the mind and return to the fine simplicity of our forefathers.  To others, it is a boring excuse to hang out with mosquitoes and then occasionally (if you’re lucky) pull sea-monsters onto your boat and fight them until they suffocate before your eyes.  Take a look at these amazing creatures professional fishermen have caught and rejoice that you didn’t have to! In 2009, Japanese fisherman, Manabu Kurita, caught a 22lb. 4oz. largemouth bass, tying the world record set in 1932. The bass itself currently holds the record for singing Bobby McFarren’s “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” in the deepest of baritones. Raymond Houtmans caught the largest tigerfish ever recorded at 97lb. in 1988. Judging by his face in the photo, we assume it was done out of red-hot revenge. The record for largest blue catfish ever caught was done by Greg […]