Fishing guides catch the “catch of a lifetime”. Check out the creature called “Unicorn”


An Oklahoma fishing guide set off on a fishing trip alone, having no idea what “rare” creatures lurked beneath.

Ryan Davison, one half Oklahoma Herafish Guide Servicesaid in a Facebook post on Monday, May 22, that after a day of guiding, he ventured back out to sea “for a little more excitement.”

What awaited me was a fish I had never heard of or seen before.

Davison shared a video of his capturethe black spatula fish, which he called “the fish of a lifetime.”

“Well, he’s not a giant, but check out the color of that sucker,” Davison said in the video.

Fish caught in Keystone Lake may have a distinctive black color because it is melanisticfisheries biologist Brad Johnston told KOTV. Animals with Melanosis — Opposite of albino — Dark face due to overproduction of melanin.

genetic traits Experts say the bacterium is found in many types of animals, including mammals, amphibians and reptiles.

The video showed Davison putting the paddlefish back into the water.

“What a quarrel, paddlefish unicorn‘” he said in a Facebook post.

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