New Type of Fish Found in The Sahara Desert, Called the Owou Fish
Thursday 23 September 2059 44755 Shares
A group of North African biologists were searching in the Sahara to find an alleged "Grand Oasis" told by the locals where there is a ton of "Magical Fish". Though there were many skepticsin the group, they still tried to find it. They found no success after a month of searching at the area where there were the oasis. After 35 days, they concluded that there were none.
But, on they're way back, they found a small pond with thousands of small fish with a rolled-over truck with "Li Yang's Goldfish Inc." written on it. They were surprised to find any signs of fishy life on the Sahara.
They took pictures of the pond and of the fish (not published, except for one totally real one) that were "Totally legit" and "not a goldfish" according to the group and they're parents. The color of the fish were "Piss Yellow" with a shape like a "tiny goldfish but with 2 eyes, basically like a goldfish". The biologists brang a group of taste-testers that tasted it and said that it tasted like a goldfish with an added paint-like taste.They named it the Ouwo fish because it "sounded african".
Though their efforts were supported, alot of people hated the name due to them feeling "like a furry named it". But people inside animal costumes around the world took offense to that statement and said it was hate speech.
When questioned by the public about the authenticity of the report, the spokesman of the group said that "there were no fishy business". The group now demands a Nobel Prize because they had "done their job for society" and a $USD 1,000,000 paycheck from the Aquatic Life Discovery Association of Algeria.