Oh hey there, Rob Kardashian!
Times are a-changin', Perezcious readers!
From this sighting and Snapchat, it seems the two are quite the inseparable pair these days!
If you've followed Rob's journey, you know
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Whoa, Margot Robbie! That's a huuuuuuge fish!!
She must've pulled that out of the ocean off the coast of Nicaragua, where she's been vacationing.
Margot, clearly super excited about catching a giant fish, shared a pic (above) and wrote:
You'd think people would be lining up in the streets to take home this piece of LA history!
But that does not seem to be case, as of yet!
The infamous tiki bar Bahooka in Rosemead, CA has been a carrot-chomping Pacu fish's home for over 30 years, but the giant sea creature known as Rufus may be out of a tank real soon!
That's because Bahooka is being gutted to become a Chinese restaurant.
A former cook at the restaurant has been feeding him every morning, but he's been living in the dark and despite a desperate plea on Twitter to find him a new home, so far, no luck.
Word is that the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach and even Neil Patrick Harris himself have been interested in adopting Rufus, but the fish who once had a starring role along side Johnny Depp in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas may be up sh-t creek without a paddle. Or a fin. Or…. WE CAN'T MAKE JOKES AT THIS TIME WHEN A BEAUTIFUL FISH'S LIFE IS ON THE LINE.
The thing is, the rest of the Bahooka tiki restaurant will be going to Clifton's Cafeteria, located in Downtown L.A., why can't they also take care of the most beautiful slow-moving fish ever??
Hello?? This is a desperate Finding Nemo situation over here!
If you know of a home or you'd like to help, please CLICK HERE!
In the meantime, check out beautiful Rufus in action AFTER THE JUMP!!!
A man is facing fines to the tune of $70,000 after illegally smuggling 40,000 piranhas into New York!
A 66-year-old man, a tropical fish salesman by trade, brought 39,548 piranhas in from Hong Kong between 2011 and 2012 by having his supplier declare the fish to be silver tetras.
The man has plead guilty to the charges and will probably have to
Meet the Axolotl.
It’s like a water-breathing, thin skinned salamander that wears a crazy headdress.
Oh and it’s permanently smiling. Super cute, unique, gross and weird all at the same time.
This crazy lizard fish thing calls Lake Xochimilco near Mexico City its home.
In 1998, the Mexican Academy of Sciences found 6,000 axolotls per square kilometer. In 2008, they only found 100.
Now? They haven’t found a single one. They looked for three months.
They’re about to do another three-month survey to try and find if any of these guys are alive in the wild.
We really hope they find some because they’re named after the Xolotl, the Aztec god of death and fire and that’s just so super awesome.
Check out some axolotls doing their thang, aquarium style.
Holy shizz, this is awful and in NO WAY like those cheesy sci-fi movies like (above)!
A school of carnivorous fish has injured 70 people bathing in Argentina — and they're lucky that more of the thousands of bathers that showed up that day weren't attacked because of those 70, seven were
Gillian Anderson is no stranger to scary, slimy creatures… we can all thank her X-Files training for that.
So when she wanted to do something for charity that involved her taking off her clothes and draping a scary eel over her shoulders, she was able to handle her bidniz.
Gillian got all sorts of topless, only barely covering her boobs with the gross eel, her hair looking blonde and amazeballs.
The 45-year-old actress is certainly in some pretty damn impressive shape!
So, why did she take off her clothes and get all eel covered??
She was posing for
What’s up with all of these cray cray animals?!
Another odd looking sea creature was caught off the Florida coast on Saturday, and it was wild!
The fisherman who caught it, Mark “The Shark” Quartiano, said it looked “like some kind of dinosaur.” He said the Dactylobatus clarkii was the scientific name for the animal.
However, it turned out to be much less mysterious when the Florida Museum of Natural History's George H. Burgess said it was just a roughtail stingray named Dasyatis centroura. He explained: