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Video showing one of the world's biggest fish caught on camera in Canada

by Michelle Cadieux 27 Aug 2018 15:40 UTC
Divers dwarfed by enormous sunfish © Earth Touch

The ocean is full of magnificent and mysterious creatures. If you are a fan of Planet Earth documentary series and Discover Ocean - one the best wildlife pages on Instagram - then you will get a kick out of this video we recently came across.

Unlike many of the predator-style animals videos and stories we post, this gentle giant is not at all dangerous or potentially harmful to humans. In fact, when this group of Nova Scotian boaters came across the fish, it was just at the surface of the water trying to chill and catch some rays; an activity that the Sunfish love to partake in to regulate their body temperature after a deep cold water dive.

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