They Find The Body Of A Strange Creature Floating In The Lake And Are Shocked To Discover What It Was [VIDEO]

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Video is viral on YouTube. The huge creature that was found by these fishermen was about 2.4 meters long and weighed 108 kilos.

A video shared on YouTube has gone viral and has caused thousands of Internet users to be perplexed, as it shows the exact moment in which a group of Malaysian fishermen find the body of a strange creature in a lake, but when they approach to inspect it They get a big surprise. The images became a trend in social networks, especially in Mexico, Spain and the United States.

According to the description of the video , published on YouTube by Viral Press , the body of this strange creature was found by a man, who was near a lake called ‘Tun Fuad Stephens’, which is located in Sabah, on the island of Borneo, in Malaysia.

As you can see in the video , which has more than 154 thousand views on YouTube, the mysterious creature found by this man was about 2.4 meters long and weighed approximately 108 kilos.

After making this finding, the man went to notify the locals, who quickly arrived at the place where the body of this creature lay and began to analyze it, without imagining that they would discover its secret.

Apparently, the strange creature that was found in this lake in Malaysia and that scared thousands on YouTube is an Arapaima, a gigantic fish that is native to the Amazon River in South America.

The question is how this huge South American fish arrived at a lake in Malaysia . The most successful theory among YouTube users is that, apparently, a villager bought an arapaima as a pet.

However, seeing that this fish was growing in an enormous size, he decided to release it in the lake, where he did not have the same food and lifestyle he would have had in the Amazon River, this annoyed thousands of viewers on YouTube.


Source: La Republica

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