The man who discovered the remains has researched the type of fish
We apologize if you feel uncomfortable; a beach discovery could do so.
According to our friends at Teesside Live, a guy discovered an unusually large fish on Redcar Beach in North Yorkshire. Michael Male has mentioned discovering the remains close to the Redcar Heritage Center and Zetland Lifeboat Museum.
Michael obtained a better shot of the fish, which is described as having “sharp teeth” and being “quite nasty-looking,” than some would have been able to. Michael left a bit surprised and went back home to look into the situation.
He thinks the object he found is a monkfish. “Today I was in Redcar and found the skull of a really nasty-looking fish with plenty of sharp teeth,” Michael said. Any guesses as to what this may be as I’ve never seen it before?
“It was down the end of where the lifeboat museum is, at 12 o’clock. The tide was out when I discovered it. There was no one around it before it, so I couldn’t say whether anybody else saw it as well. However, from what I could tell, no one had been close. A little while later, I was swimming in the water when I noticed a small fish moving stealthily over the sand. It was perhaps eight to ten inches long.
“When I got home, I asked a few people what they thought it may be. Monkfish came up, so I researched it. It looks similar, but I’m not sure. That anything like this exists on Redcar Beach intrigues me.”