A sunfish washed up on the shore of the Murray River in Australia. Steven Jones and friend Hunter Church spotted the sunfish in the river before they brought it to shore.
"He thought it was a piece of driftwood as they were driving past on the work truck," Jones' partner Linette Grzelak, who posted the photos of the fish on Facebook. "None of them had seen anything like this before," she said.
"They find all sorts of sea life along the beaches they dig but it has been mostly sharks and seals. This was something very different," Grzelak added.
"Steven said it was extremely heavy and its skin was leathery like a rhinoceros."
The sunfish also known as "The Mola Mola" feeds largely on jellyfish and can grow well over 6 feet.
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