Fisherman net rare 'earthquake' fish
Oct 10 - A 3.5 metre long fish is caught in the east coast of Taiwan.
A 3.5 metre long fish is caught in the east coast of Taiwan by a local fisherman who believe it is a sign of an upcoming earthquake.
According to local media reports, the fish is a member of the species Regalecus glesne.
It is known as the King of Herrings and is considered to be the largest of the bony fish. It lives at depths of up to 1000 meters, making sightings rare.