This odd looking fish uses its elongated snout to search for crustaceans buried in the sediment and grow up to 3 feet in length. These fish are popular among spear fishermen in Florida.
You might recall the when we posted the original Peoria Carp Hunters video. Well Zachary Hoffman himself emailed me to say they’ve just released the sequel! I hope you brought a clean pair of underwear with you this morning because you’re about to ____ your ____. You’ve been warned!
Check out the Peoria Carp Hunters official website for more info.
Sure you can spend all day playing this game, just don’t tell your boss we said it was ok. The game is actually after the break because I couldn’t disable the sound when it loaded. Wouldn’t want to alert your co-workers, right.
This video from the Human Planet series gives a whole new meaning to fishing, spear fishing, heck even hunting. This guy dives to 30 feet of water, on a single breath, and walks along the reef in search of his prey. It’s an absolutely mystifying feat.