64 comments

  • Kristie F.
    05/29/2018 15:59

    Oh god 😩w

  • Nancy F.
    05/29/2018 16:00

    Eeeeeeewwwww

  • James M.
    05/29/2018 16:12

    Also known as the sea lamprey, invading the Great Lakes since atleast the 1970’s

  • Pedro V.
    05/29/2018 16:15

    export to Portugal. Lamprey is considered a delicacy here in Portugal, I dont eat it though. I find it gross… but a lot of people love it, especially old folks.

  • Merry T.
    05/29/2018 16:28

    Wish I had known they were good to eat, back in the 70's when I occasionally caught one along with a salmon.

  • Becky H.
    05/29/2018 16:42

    Theyr all over scoby dam:(

  • Steve J.
    05/29/2018 16:52

    Its a lamprey not a vampire fish you idiots

  • Kyle C.
    05/29/2018 17:08

    It's a lamprey hagfish are very similar these animals are living fossils and cartilage for the most part which makes them close relatives of sharks

  • Pamela K.
    05/29/2018 17:37

    One of the English kings died of a surfeit of lampreys I believe but I can't remember which one. Now we are short on lampreys but overwhelmed with signal crayfish which are eating our native crayfish. Pity we can't swap really.

  • Jenn M.
    05/29/2018 17:47

    Have them here in NB Disgusting

  • Quennie S.
    05/29/2018 17:48

    🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮

  • Gabriel L.
    05/29/2018 18:08

    des beaux lamproies

  • Sophie W.
    05/29/2018 18:37

    ahhhhhhhh

  • Jayesh V.
    05/29/2018 18:46

    Guess survival for the fittest applys to humans only we can f**k the rest for our convince .

  • Web C.
    05/29/2018 19:23

    Lampray

  • Niall C.
    05/29/2018 19:25

    you write this?

  • Tugaaq B.
    05/29/2018 19:50

    How is it invading soil when it’s in the water?

  • Det T.
    05/29/2018 19:57

    beware !

  • Jason D.
    05/29/2018 20:07

    why is a fish on the soil ?????

  • Nick F.
    05/29/2018 20:09

    A fish is invading American soil?