Just like the Mediterranean Bear
, this animal is endemic
, meaning it exists only in one particular location. Here , that would be in Lika
and north Dalmatia
regions in Croatia
. This sick
thing looks like a human
and can be found only in underground rivers of Croatia
. If you actually get to see it in some impossible
event, you will encounter a half-foot long super-pale animal that has a head, a tail, a pair of legs and a pair of what seem to be arms (it even has fingers on them!). It is classified as an amphibian
, meaning it lays eggs and all that stuff. Horrible.
Thx to Heyoka
for providing a Latin
name: Proteus anguinus. Now you can search for it on the net and see that it really does exist(TM). NewsFlash! The article on Proteus anguinus actually says the species diversified into 7 different ones accross Slovenia
and Bosnia and Herzegovina
. So the "humanoid fish" I was talking about might be the underground-river sick-white small one, unlike the Proteus anguinus that is slightly reddish and quite long.