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W.T.F.!!!: Absolutely The Most Massive Sea Monster EVER Caught In This River, It’s Sure To Give You NIGHTMARES!

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As September winds down and we can finally think about waking up Billie Joe Armstrong, it might be tempting to look back at the summer gone by, and reminisce about your holiday. Perhaps you went out in Europe, maybe you went backpacking in South America, but you all enjoyed yourselves, and most importantly, you were able to get home safe and sound. The same could not be said for this giant fish, who was found in a river that was a long way from home.

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The River Severn in Gloucestershire is known for housing eels and maybe salmon, but three friends on an adventure got considerably more than they bargained for when they found a giant fish on their travels. Kevin Brady, Steve Burgess and Alec Foster found the fish while paddleboarding, and it’s certainly a big-un, as they say. How big?

It’s not every day you come across a giant fish on your paddleboard, but then again, it’s not every day you’re on a paddleboard. Either way, three friends came across the fish in question on a fun day out, and on closer inspection, it appears to be some sort of giant tuna:

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Measuring about 7 feet tall and about as big as the paddleboard it was discovered on, it’s fair to say that it would make up altogether way too many tuna melts. What’s even weirder is the fact that it turned up in the River Severn; usually this type of tuna is populous in much warmer waters, such as the Atlantic Ocean, and it makes you wonder how it ended up so far from home. Maybe it was having a nice holiday, but unlike yours, this particular tuna really meant it when they said it was to die for. Oh, didn’t I mention? The giant fish was discovered dead.

This probably means that he was lost, more than adventurous, which makes his demise all the more tragic. This video taken by Kevin Brady, though, could serve very nicely as an obituary:

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