Fantastic Beasts: This Sailor From Russia Shares Pictures of Strange Catches Netted by His Fishing Vessel

Fantastic Beasts: This Sailor From Russia Shares Pictures of Strange Catches Netted by His Fishing VesselRoman Fedortsov is a sailor from Murmansk who works on a fishing trawler. In his spare time, he keeps a very unusual Twitter feed.The photos Roman uploads sure had us at Bright Side staring with our mouths open. Take a look for yourself. We have no doubt — you haven’t seen anything like it before!© rfedortsov / twitterJust a sunfish...and a sailor. Photo taken in Morocco.© rfedortsov / twitterAnd here’s a live starfish. Beautiful color! Photo taken in the Barents Sea.© rfedortsov / twitterA real beauty, isn’t it?! This Chimaera fish ended up in our net today! Photo taken in the Barents Sea.© rfedortsov / twitterA couple of sea suns for your delight! Caught them today. Photo taken in the Barents Sea.© rfedortsov / twitterHello, everyone! We’re continuing trawling. And here’s yet another inhabitant of the deep! Photo taken in the Barents Sea.© rfedorts..


Fantastic Beasts: This Sailor From Russia Shares Pictures of Strange Catches Netted by His Fishing Vessel

Roman Fedortsov is a sailor from Murmansk who works on a fishing trawler. In his spare time, he keeps a very unusual Twitter feed.

The photos Roman uploads sure had us at Bright Side staring with our mouths open. Take a look for yourself. We have no doubt — you haven’t seen anything like it before!

© rfedortsov / twitter

Just a sunfish…and a sailor. Photo taken in Morocco.

© rfedortsov / twitter

And here’s a live starfish. Beautiful color! Photo taken in the Barents Sea.

© rfedortsov / twitter

A real beauty, isn’t it?! This Chimaera fish ended up in our net today! Photo taken in the Barents Sea.

© rfedortsov / twitter

A couple of sea suns for your delight! Caught them today. Photo taken in the Barents Sea.

© rfedortsov / twitter

Hello, everyone! We’re continuing trawling. And here’s yet another inhabitant of the deep! Photo taken in the Barents Sea.

© rfedortsov / twitter

One of the most ancient breeds of fish in existence: a frilled shark. Just look at those teeth!

© rfedortsov / twitter

Once more on the subject of macrouruses. Their scales feel like emery cloth! Photo taken in the Barents Sea.

© rfedortsov / twitter

A snack for your Saturday beer, anyone? We used to net lots of these guys on our last sail, along with the bass. Photo taken in the Greenland Sea.

© rfedortsov / twitter

Say hello to Fistularia, or Cornetfish.

© rfedortsov / twitter

The crew is still arguing about who this is!

© rfedortsov / twitter

A small transparent thing…with horns. Who are you?!

© rfedortsov / twitter

Reminds me of Rod Stewart, for some reason 😉

© rfedortsov / twitter

This is one scared fish. Photo taken in the Irminger Sea.

© rfedortsov / twitter

A small hammerhead shark.

© rfedortsov / twitter

We’ve netted this small sea goby today. Photo taken in the Barents Sea.

© rfedortsov / twitter

Meet a charming Chimaera fish!

© rfedortsov / twitter

Another unforgettable visitor from beneath the waves!

Based on materials from rfedortsov / twitter

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