The 3-eyed fish caught in Argentina.
Television and real life have interesected once again.
If you’re familiar with the episode of The Simpson’s that featured “Blinky”, the 3-eyed fish, caught in the reservoir of the town’s Nuclear Power Plant, you’ll understand how quite fantastic this is, yet very sad and worrisome at the same time.
"Blinky" caught by Bart Simpson in the reservoir of Springfield's Nuclear Power Plant.
Although they don’t resemble each other much, both fish represent the same thing.
The horrendous pollution of our world’s water from human activity
The Huffington Post writes:
You’ve heard of life imitating art, but now a fish found in Argentina resembles something you’d see on “The Simpsons” — and it’s not making environmentalists laugh. Back in 1990, the long-running series did an episode that featured “Blinky,” a three-eyed fish that cropped up near the Springfield nuclear power plant, where Homer worked. Now, 21 years later, fishermen in Córdoba, Argentina caught a three-eyed wolf fish in a reservoir near a local nuclear power plant, according to Gizmodo.com. One of the fisherman, Julian Zmutt, said no one noticed the third eye at first because it was dark. “We were fishing and we got the surprise of getting this rare specimen,” reported The Blaze.com. “As it was dark at that time we did not notice, but then you looked at him with a flashlight and saw that he had a third eye.”
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