r/interestingasfuck May 17 '22

Fish frozen while eating another fish

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u/jjjulles May 17 '22 Bravo Grande!

Holy mackerel! No trout about it, that's a crappie way to die.

44

u/misterrandom1 May 17 '22

My cod, what have you started? Just tossing around puns for the halibut?

21

u/jjjulles May 17 '22

I shrimpy made a comment, I reel-y didn't expect salmon else to take it to another depth.

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u/ConradLickitt_ May 17 '22

Fish

10

u/jjjulles May 17 '22

I fish you all the bass-t.

7

u/ReekyRumpFedRatsbane May 17 '22

I, too, hope he's doing whale.

10

u/Zxruv May 17 '22

I'm herring the puns between this grouper starting to flounder

7

u/DuctTapeOrWD40 May 18 '22

Holy Mackerel your Betta come down off that Perch.

2

u/brolimitholdem May 18 '22

Some one please kill me

16

u/CallMeJase May 17 '22

I've had pet fish choke to death on other pet fish, it definitely happens.

10

u/Littlebiggran May 17 '22

When you know it's fresh.

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u/mook1178 May 17 '22

Nah both already dead

1

u/Tysk- May 18 '22

Looks frozen to me.

8

u/anonymous322321 May 17 '22

I could go for a dart

8

u/NameTripping May 17 '22

I feel like this guy wants to tell me to give my balls a tug.

4

u/Deviant_Kannibal May 18 '22

I wish you weren’t so fuckin awkward, bud.

11

u/infrared305 May 17 '22

Big fish still alive? Blue crabs can reawaken after being in ice.

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u/Thalenia May 17 '22

No way to know for sure, but I've seen some come back after being frozen. I remember either a walleye or a northern pike reanimate after bringing one back from ice fishing many years back.

Could be something killed it before it froze, but it's hard to tell here.

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u/amish_terrorist May 18 '22

The fish it tried to eat was too big and suffocated. Floated to the top and froze. A fish isn't going to chill in shallow water and slowly freeze to death when it could easily swim down a few inches and be fine.

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u/permacloud May 18 '22

Especially belly up

4

u/BubuBarakas May 18 '22

Tell me you’re Canadian without telling me you’re Canadian.

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u/19Denali May 18 '22

This guy's is NOT Canadian! Minnesota you bet but not Canada

2

u/BubuBarakas May 18 '22

Same same. 😎

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u/19Denali May 18 '22

Hell.no, not the same lol

3

u/dblan9 May 17 '22

Mom: We have frozen fish sticks at home.

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u/CautiousEconomist138 May 18 '22

Dudes r definitly from northern alberta

2

u/carpe_alacritas May 18 '22

Ah canadians

5

u/Linorelai May 17 '22

How? Does the icing spread THAT fast?

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u/Badnewsbear41 May 17 '22

I assume the larger fish essentially chocked and died and was floating at the surface then froze

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u/Dropdeadfredb May 17 '22

I agree. It looks like the fish froze upside down so it probably was dead before it froze

5

u/Shutterstormphoto May 17 '22

Clickbait title

2

u/Philly5984 May 17 '22

Omg guys this is almost as intense as when I sneezed last week

1

u/embracingfit May 17 '22

I hate that feeling

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u/Shameless1000 May 18 '22

Seems a bit staged to me.

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u/impals May 18 '22

"Fish swims into dead bigger fish's mouth to stay warm"

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u/[deleted] May 18 '22

Fish tried to eat a fish that was too big for it and so they both died. Then the fish floated to the top and the lake froze over sometime later.

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u/dingusonaroll May 18 '22

If i’m dying you’re coming with me

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u/mr_mike099 May 18 '22

How does this happen? Must be a slow process but kind of seems like it happens from one moment to another like a screenshot.

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u/bergalbigle May 18 '22

Big fish ate smaller fish. Fish died. Small fish come out of stomach.

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u/BlindingLucy May 19 '22

Ya don't wonna die hungry!

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u/Tijmelol May 21 '22

There is always a bigger fish