A fisherman in South Australia has caught a bony bream with two mouths.
Gary Warrick has worked as a commercial fisherman for 30 years, landing thousands of tonnes of carp and bream: this is the first time he has seen a fish with two mouths.
He caught the fish at Lake Booney in South Australia, near the Murray River.
"Both mouths are actually joined together," Warrick told the ABC.
"The top one opens and closes but the bottom one looks permanently open."
"Other than that, it looks like a normal fish."