The ocean is full of fishes and some of those are rare fishes people have never seen before. A source published news that there are hundreds and thousands of rare fishes flushed outside of the beach in California Beach. It is alleged that the fishes were washed away due to heavy storms that have been going on for days in the area.
A well known expect from the area believes that the recent storm pushed the worms out of their underwater habitats and dragged them to the beach. Leaving them vulnerable to predators and the people who normally visit the shore for swimming and surfing. Most rare fishes that were flushed out were the 10-inch sea critter resembles which are pink like sausagenand U shaped.
Ivan Parr who is a scientist, discovered these creatures at the sea on December the 6th after a storm slammed the region. Now it is alleged that they have come back again to the shore.
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