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4-A Peculiar Fish caught at…


4- A Peculiar Fish caught at Penarth. On Thursday morning last, Alfred Morgan, son of Mr George Morgan, beach inspector, caneht, at about 2 o'clock in t11P, morning, a pnculiar fish, known as the Angler, but what was saidit) ue a Shore-shark. The fish has a large, broad and depressed head, with 11 es the mouth very large. It has peculiar appendages on the head, which, when in the water hangs over the mouth, and look like a fly and it so entices fib within reach. It has eleven rows of teeth, and we;gh3 about 30 lbs and is about 3 feet long. g When full grown ihese fish usually weigh about 60 lbs. It is also called the fishing frog, frog fish, toadfish, goosefish, allmouth, monkfish, etc,