A odd-looking sea creature that typically lives in deep ocean waters and rarely seen off Southern California was found washed up at Crystal CoveState Beach. The sharp-toothed, black fish with a large antenna-like stalk that comes out of its head and dangles in front of it was spotted on Friday, May 7, in the park’s Marine Protected Area.
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“For it to just float up and show up on a local beach off our California coast, many things had to go right for that to happen ...As of Monday morning, the fish was frozen at Crystal CoveStatePark while state officials sorted out where it would ultimately be placed, according to John Ugoretz of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
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