Off the coast of Norway caught a giant halibut
Near the town of vardø in Norway, the sailors caught a six-foot halibut. The giant fish turned out to be a mass of about 311 pounds.
The catch pulled last Friday, the fishermen of the trawler “Olagutt”.
“I don’t know what the official record is, but this is the biggest fish we caught so far,” commented captain Kenneth Stegen.
However, fish-giant will not sell. According to the law the implementation of the individuals more than two metres was prohibited, since it can be a lot of toxins.
We can’t sell fish more than two meters, as it may contain too many toxins. Indeed, it should be cast into the sea, dead or alive.
Most likely, the halibut will go for dinner fishermen.
According to the materials: severpost.ru