I’m not sure if this is a good thing or a bad thing: Dude buys giant fish in a Chinese grocery store and sets it free in the Hudson River.
Yes, I could say something about how the fish has probably grown a third leg because it’s in the Hudson River, but in all seriousness, I wonder what happened to the fish. In the comments of that blog entry, people were quick to call this guy an idiot screaming that he probably ruined the entire ecosystem and man-eating fish will now probably come and eat all of New York. Somehow, I doubt it’s that dire, but one obvious question: was this fish a freshwater or saltwater fish? According to this and this, it looks like the Buffalo Fish, a carp-like fish in the sucker family, is a freshwater fish. According to this article, the Hudson River contains only fresh water north of the George Washington Bridge.” So, it looks like it’s both.
Anyone more knowledgeable about fish that could analyze this a little more closely?