Brilliant! I'm tempted to think too good to be true, simply because I wonder why they were photographing a dull scene of bottle-caps.The sinister gods of the mineral water bottles.
A very similar, if not the same, fish was reported with photos back in January 2005 (within this same Simulacra thread). In that case, the fish was in Chongju.
Chongju, North Korea?A very similar, if not the same, fish was reported with photos back in January 2005 (within this same Simulacra thread). In that case, the fish was in Chongju.
The photos and most instances of the news story are MIA, and the Wayback Machine hasn't archived any of the examples I tracked down.
South Korea. Here's the relevant text passage from the MIA 2005 news article referenced here:Chongju, North Korea?
Or Cheongju, South Korea?
https://web.archive.org/web/20090722213143/https://www.clickorlando.com/news/4112928/detail.htmlA fish that has a pattern resembling a human face on its body was found in a pond in Chongju, South Korea, according to a Local 6 News report.
In South Korea, two hybrid fish from a pond in a personal house in the town Chongju have developed patterns on their bodies that resemble the human face. The owner of the two fish said that their faces have begun to look more and more human over the last couple of years.