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As predicted on Thaivisa! "Fish with a face like a human" ends up in the cooking pot!


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Would have been interesting to see what its "genetic" structure is (was), where it was eaten, what pollutants in the region of being caught. 

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8 minutes ago, CanadaSam said:

Apparently this is a very tasty fish, with a lobster like taste!

 

I would have eaten it in a second!

What breed is it>?
 

 

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

This was a pity, reported Daily News, because a man who is a kamnan and who runs a fisheries' institute wanted to have it stuffed and put on display for educational purposes. 

Maybe he can stuff Prasert instead and hang him on the wall of his institute with a brass plaque reading: "The Man Who Caught the Fish with a Face Like a Human -- and Got Stuffed on It"

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6 hours ago, RJRS1301 said:

What breed is it>?

 

Taken from the article (link) below, about the Stargazer fish:

 

"It has a unique texture and flavor. The slightly chewy texture and mild flavor with a slight sweetness has made it very popular and earned it the nickname "poor man's lobster."

 

https://www.sea-ex.com/fishphotos/stargaze.htm#:~:text=texture and flavor.-,The slightly chewy texture and mild flavor with a slight,nickname "poor man's lobster."&text=Cooking Monkfish | Stargazer%3A,to most methods of cooking.

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Hope it tasted good. Let's see what happens to this guy. Maybe he'll develop some extra freaky body parts as a result of eating it.

 

Do we know if this helped him pick winning lottery numbers?

 

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20 hours ago, webfact said:

Abdol-areet Lekkun was willing to pay good money for the creature but it ended up in the stomach of the fishermen instead as part of a merit making exercise. 

 

Several Thaivisa posters on the original story had pooh-poohed suggestions that the Thais would not eat the fish.

 

And so it proved. 

 

... but it ended up in the stomach of the fishermen instead as part of a merit making exercise ...

They're damn fast these thai fishermen ... they like to make merit all the time ... they can pooh pooh suggestions as much as they like , does not change anything ... 55

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In the photo the eyes look pretty sunk in already, can't have been very fresh. I would've stuffed it and put a army uniform on it, then hang it on the wall as a portrait of The Esteemed Leader.

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