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Looks like a Pagrus pagrus to me, or could it be a Pygocentrus nattereri?
Looks like a Piranha
Was it part of a fish supper? Get some strange looking fish in your meal now that cod is in decline
That is the remains of a Sea Bream.Quite a few have been washed up on the beach recently.
what plaice was it found onno trout about it iam a littlehard of herring, but i never flounder, & never haddock so good,favourite song salmon chantedevening, also sole music with a good bass line wearing my kippertie, also i fancy skate bush.
aye their is know plaice like nairn the plaice too be
Yes growtosow its got to be Nairnthats no flook, the town is nevergoing to be a hasbreen,with Sainsburys were sqids in, sorryto carp on.
Going by the description,it could be a local Angler Fish.
Is it a kipper?
Looks like it's been done over by Jack the kipper.... probably using a razor fish !
Good Cod man,Pike Milligan was veryfunny,politcs is a load of Pollocks, The Gurn is Brill,pleaseexcuse any Spelding mistakes.FIN.
I agree with Jingles. Apparently the Sea Bream is from warmer climes but sometimes they land up on the waters of the UK, Spelding.
He has a button eye....just like frosty....or the maybe hes "The Other Fish" from Coraline
It's a Ray's bream. http://www.glaucus.org.uk/Bramabrama.htm
It looks very like a Bluefish - check the net ( pardon the pun ) the protruding lower jaw - sharp teeth and forked tail - not so common in these waters though.
It's definitely a Black Sea Bream (Brama Brama) although dark grey in colour. Deep water fish swimming in waters at temperatures between 12 - 24 degrees centigrade. Found in Atlantic, Indian and South Pacific oceans.holmerose
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