Saturday, 3 May 2014

Giant Mystery Fish of Japan

We’ve all heard big fish stories. It seems that we all know someone who knows someone else who caught a fish “Thiiiiis big,” or have heard about the “one that got away.” Japan also has a large number of reports of what can only be described as giant fish haunting its lakes and rivers.

Let’s take a look at some of the enormous mystery fish that call Japan home.

The Namitaro
Takanami Pond, in Niigata prefecture, Japan, lies 540 meters (1,722 feet) above sea level in a wilderness area. It is known for its pristine wilderness, camping, and hiking trails. It is also allegedly home to an enormous fish locals affectionately refer to as the Namitaro.

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