People Flock To See Massive Bizarre Fish That Washed Up On Oregon Shore

Photo via the Seaside Aquarium Facebook page.

We recently wrote about the whale that washed ashore in Nehalem State Park, and the rumors that it was going to be exploded like the famous exploding whale of 1970. Now we’re here to bring you the tale of a massive 7.3 foot fish on Gearhart Beach north of Seaside.

Ever heard of the Hoodwinker Sunfish? That’s ok, we haven’t either. This huge fish, also known as the Mola Tecta, was only discovered recently in 2014. It’s the first brand new species of sunfish to be discovered in the last 130 years and is usually found in the southern hemisphere. Since it

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