|Rare giant oarfish found at Toyon Bay,|
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It can grow up to five metres in length, or over it, and is usually to be found at depths of 1,000 metres, and very rarely above 200 metres from the surface. Its strandings typically occur in Alaska or Japan.
According to CNN scientists puzzled as rare giant oarfishes wash ashore in Southern California.
They said in an old Janpan, in traditionally the harbinger of a powerful earthquake - have been washed ashore or caught in fishermen's nets.
Oarfish can be some kind of omen spells earthquake disaster for Japan but perhaps also in all over the seas.
Now on the US West coast people are bracing itself after many of rare giant oarfish.
They cannot think that it could be a warning, because, you know God bless America, they think about.
There’s a Japanese legend that oarfish beach themselves to warn of an impending earthquake. And, in fact, dozens of them did just that in Japan about a year before the devastating Fukushima quake and tsunami in 2011.
The appearance of the fish follows in 2010 destructive 8.8 magnitude earthquake in Chile and the January 12 tremors in Haiti, which claimed an estimated 200,000 lives.
A quake with a magnitude of 6.4 has also struck southern Taiwan.
This rash of tectonic movements around the Pacific "Rim of Fire" is heightening concern that Japan - the most earthquake-prone country in the world - is next in line for a major earthquake.
Those concerns have been stoked by the unexplained appearance of a fish that is known traditionally as the Messenger from the Sea God's Palace.