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Discussion in 'Trout Fishing' started by rodpod, Dec 22, 2005.
That's a weird one! Don't suppose it glowed in the dark or anything, huh?
Maybe it's just part of evolution.
Looks like a genetic flaw, must say I have never seen a two mouthed trout before. Weird.
Kinda of reminds me of a girl I dated once that had an extra boob on her back. Kinda wierd looking...but fun to dance with. BADABOOM! I'll be here all weekend try the veal. LOL
LOL- Kinda reminds me of an old girlfriend too! One to talk on and on and on with and one to cram more food into!
Tip your waitresses folks!
Looks like the lower jaw has been ripped away from the lower lip. Most fisherman poke the stringer through that spot instead of putting the stringer through the gill which kills the fish. I question weather it's really a second mouth or did the trout just survive that injury. If it is it wouldn't surprise me too much, nature has a way of making interesting creatures.
Thats really weird, nice post.
Latest I have read on this is that the fish was cut in two. And the angler is donating the head to Harvard for studys. Aparently a Dr. there thinks there is some corilation between fish jaws and human jaws and wants to study it.
that is just not right, a fish with two mouthes. Great article
I wondered if it was legit the 1st time I saw it, which was a few weeks ago, but I guess it was legit.
i couldnt view the pic, but i was wondering if it was caught down by the old nuclear power plant?
no actualy it happens more then you think in aniamlas. turtles often have two heads, but ive seen cows, lambs and snakes with two heads. gotta love animal plantet