A man caught a fluchys head in his hand after he accidentally caught it in the surf.
His father, John, a fisherman, told CBS News that he took his son to the coast to fish and found the fish caught off his boat.
“It’s like a big ball of cotton candy,” John said.
“He was about 10 feet away from me.
The head was like the size of a grapefruit.
I said, ‘Oh my God, it’s fluke.'”
But it’s the kind of fish that can be a problem in the wild.
It can be dangerous and its not uncommon for it to be caught in nets and washed ashore.
But when caught in the water, fluke is very sensitive to salt and pollution.
When caught, it can weigh up to 15 pounds.
The fluke can survive for several months at sea, so it is important to keep it alive if it can swim to a safe place to eat.
And if it’s caught and eaten, it is extremely valuable to the ocean.
“Fluke is one of the world’s most sought after and least commercially valued fish,” the aquarium in Costa Rica said in a statement.
“We are very proud of our work and proud to provide them for our customers, including the aquarium.”