Meet The Snapping Wolf Fish

Submitted by: a1butcher 6 years ago Weird

No idea whats going on here...This is messed up. Is this even a real thing? Is it the chupacabra?
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Male 20
That not a comb it`s the tip of a spear used to catch fish.
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Male 439
I agree. its one thing to play with your victom, but the comb in the head made me upset.
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Female 444
Inhumane behaviour from bastards....
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Female 115
this reminds me of the vagina creature
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Male 81
wtf?
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Male 500
kunts.
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Female 877
"Hey look. Let me stab this thing it the head and shove this candy wrapper in its mouth while you film it." that is one successful comment. i hate the absence of a voting button when i see comments like this
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Male 787
I think that they put a remote controlled electrode in it`s head (which appears to be decapitated and rotting) so that it would bite things.

Gross.
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Female 365
Its illegal to go whaling in Oklahoma 0_o
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Male 6,694
Hey look. Let me stab this thing it the head and shove this candy wrapper in its mouth while you film it.
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Male 695
continues...

"Norway registered an objection to the International Whaling Commission (IWC) commercial whaling moratorium, and is thus not bound by it."
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Male 695
Jamie76: So are people... And pigs... And Cows... etcetc...
Jameso88o: If you`re going to try to be a smartass atleast you should google a bit first.

On 23 July 1982, members of the IWC voted by the necessary three-quarters majority to implement a pause on commercial whaling. The relevant text reads:
"Not withstanding the other provisions of paragraph 10, catch limits for the killing for commercial purposes of whales from all stocks for the 1986 coastal and the 1985/86 pelagic seasons and thereafter shall be zero. This provision will be kept under review, based upon the best scientific advice, and by 1990 at the latest the Commission will undertake a comprehensive assessment of the effects of this decision on whale stocks and consider modification of this provision and the establishment of other catch limits."

"Only Minke whaling is permitted, from a population of 107,000 animals in the North East Atlantic and is argued by proponents and gove
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Male 575
Well, maybe we invented it; but we don`t practice it anymore. So WHO is still living in the dark ages?
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Male 69
Sadly, Germans did not invent waterboarding. Waterboarding was first used by the Spanish in the Spanish Inquisitions, and by the Chinese, who have most likely been using it before the Spanish.
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Male 1,151
yo mama`s on crack rock
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Male 37,902
Kadinsky
waterboarding is an old european torture. Yes I know, the panti-christ {bush} used it but you DID invented it.

Don`t you hate it when your sarcasm turns out to be true
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Male 69
Thats pretty creepy... are those brass knuckles that are sticking out of its head? Or..?
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Male 1
"alikabul
Male, 18-29, Europe
597 Posts Sunday, June 13, 2010 4:58:59 PM
Oh, and btw... Norwegians don`t ignore the ban ob whaling. We follow it, but norwegians are still allowed to hunt minke whales which is not included in the IWC ban from 1982. This is because we carefully monitor how many minke whales are caught and regulate the population. You know... Like hunting."

Wow, funny because norwegians don`t follow any aspect of the iwc, they hunt Minke whales because that`s what is in the nearby waters. You don`t obey the laws, you ignore them. Mostly that is displayed because you`re ignoring the basics of the law. Such as it was the 1986 law, no IWC existed in 1982 mate.
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Male 2,345
alikabul

there is no real GOOD reason to hunt any whale..you claim it is cultural but that still does not make it right. on top of it whales are highly intelligent mammals that are capable of feeling pain and recognizing death, like chimps or elephants, and to me that makes hunting them plain wrong for any reason or than your own survival.
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Female 73
http:// en. wikipedia. org/wiki/ Seawolf _(fish)

Yes, it`s a real fish.
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Male 36,541
I sincerely hope they each lose a finger.
There`s just something ...wrong... with playing with dead things in a sadistic way, especially laughing about it with children around.
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Male 658
If I came across a disembodied fish had that was still snapping, i would totally play with it and stick stuff in its mouth. Its no different than playing with a chicken leg on your dinner plate.
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Female 467
japanese fakery again
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Male 695
Oh, and btw... Norwegians don`t ignore the ban ob whaling. We follow it, but norwegians are still allowed to hunt minke whales which is not included in the IWC ban from 1982. This is because we carefully monitor how many minke whales are caught and regulate the population. You know... Like hunting.
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Male 695
Norwegians like to go clubbing in the weekends, but only for baby seals. C`mon guy. Do you really think all norwegians chip in for the gas and dynamite and go whaling now and then? I bet only fishermen who fish for whales do. The only whaling I do is on my guitar. :)
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Male 3,255
Yea, what type of animal doesn`t really matter much. Sadism is sadism and kids participating in sadism breeds much worse monsters later down the line.

If you like abuse then you like abuse, no two ways about it.
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Female 193
I don`t care if it`s dead or if that was just reflexes.
Still kinda made me sympathize. Looks like they kind of stabbed it in the head, can`t blame me for kind of hating them for playing around with it.
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Male 201
"I don`t care that the fish is "dead" this is stupid, disrespectful, childish and idiotic. If I was Norwegian, I`d be ashamed of my country men ridiculing the reactions of this poor fish. Oh that`s right, the way you ignore international whaling bans speaks volumes."
You`re right. Ignoring the Geneva convention is much better.
Talking back to ignoramuses aside, this fish is tasty, albeit ugly.
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Male 6
who cares
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Male 50
I don`t care that the fish is "dead" this is stupid, disrespectful, childish and idiotic. If I was Norwegian, I`d be ashamed of my country men ridiculing the reactions of this poor fish. Oh that`s right, the way you ignore international whaling bans speaks volumes.
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Male 695
And you PETA-pussies: The fish is already dead. That`s why they find it strange that it moves, even though it`s just reflexes...
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Male 695
They speak norwegian. Like meeee! :)
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Female 166
@ Radishboy: I actually felt really bad about how rude my response had been and came back to delete it before anyone could witness my appaling behavior, as I`m not here to ruin anyone`s day...

I still maintain that it was a pretty f_cking ignorant comment, though.
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Male 915
must be american tourists... there , is that better?
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Male 46
@ Webb03 his "german" comment probably had something to do with the fact that it kind of sounds like they`re speaking german. regardless, you don`t have to act like a self righteous bitch about it. I`m sure there`s a more efficient way for you to convince us that you`re better than everyone.
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Male 537
"Yeah, we`re the sadistic bastards who invented waterboarding."

We didn`t invent water boarding you idiot, Europeans did during the dark ages.
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Male 1,252
Thats a Wolf Eel out of the pacific, caught one while it was still juvenile, its when they get out of adolesence that they get scary. "Cut the drating line"
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Female 231
Oops, I meant to say "top of the food chain". Please forgive me.
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Female 231
Wolf eels are so adorable and very easy to get a long with. But, it is typical human behavior to believe that we are part of the food chain, and there for think we can pick on other creatures. When this is not the case and it just makes us look pathetic.
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Male 349
@Gerry

They did cut off it`s head...I assume they did that before doing a Wolverine on it`s face.
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Male 415
it looks like its just the head...
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Male 575
Gerry1of1: "must be german tourists"

Yeah, we`re the sadistic bastards who invented waterboarding.
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Male 3,364
poor thing. Look up "wolf eel" or "scuba diver playing with his snake" (snicker..i know..i know) and you`ll see the very cool wolf eel (which is what this was) alive and in it`s environment.
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Male 877
disgusting behaviour
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Male 22
I like this fish - it has a carry handle on its head for convenient transportation
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Male 37,902
They stabbed it in the head with a hair pick and now they`re tormenting it and laughing

must be german tourists
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Male 58
it is real, and the species name is
Anarhichadidae
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Female 94
it looks like it`s only the head of a wolf-fish.
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Male 378
i think its got something in its eye...
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Male 58
i would totally do something like that
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Male 364
relax. It`s a puppet.
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Female 2,927
i call shenanigans it doesn`t look real
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Male 25,416
Thats horrible!
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Male 914
"Anyone else find this disturbing? Not the fish head itself but the fact that these people are playing with a severed head and laughing about it."

i totally agree. these people are sadistic and f`ed in the head.
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Male 197
drating disgusting to treat another living organism with such disrespect.
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Male 730
I find the people laughing at a creature they just killed for sport the sick part.
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Male 153
@msieg007,

I agree completely.
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Male 2,034
Anyone else find this disturbing? Not the fish head itself but the fact that these people are playing with a severed head and laughing about it.

Also, from what I can tell it looks like an Atlantic Seawolf which is a borderline endangered species, making this video all the more awful.
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Female 1,515
Harpooned fish head, still snapping?
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Male 620
Those things are awesome.
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Male 4,746
Is that just a head?
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Male 683
Just nerves being stimulated on a dead fish causing it to bite.... not that special.
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Male 2,056
fake
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Male 4,807
Link: Meet The Snapping Wolf Fish [Rate Link] - No idea whats going on here...This is messed up. Is this even a real thing? Is it the chupacabra?
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