This morning the Saipan Tribune is reporting that a rare fish washed up on the beach in Chalan Kanoa.
Photo by Jacqueline Hernandez
It will be interesting to see what Fish and Wildlife has to say about this. Whether its appeance can be attributed to changes in climate, water temperature or something else.
When you live in a part of the world that has the deepest water anywhere on the planet and the archapelego we call home makes up the Northern most border of the Coral Triangle it should come as no supprise that our waters are home to rare and crazy creatures.
Just ask Harry and his nudibranchs or go for a dive at Lau Lau Bay and you'll see bizar and wonderful stuff!
Stay tuned for more on this one!