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People Are Shook By This Baseball Team's Fish Mascot That Pukes Out Its Spine

Who is she?

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The fish has been delighting fans in Japan by dancing around at games (dat fish got moves).

Sometimes, the fish would even "swim" on the grass, MLB.com reported.

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On Saturday, the team wrote on Twitter that its "mystery fish" was about to ~evolve~ into its "third form."

いよいよ明日、第3形態に進化を遂げる魚。想像を絶する変化を見せるとの調査結果も出ています。5回裏に注目です。グヒヒヒヒ、と謎の魚。(謎の魚調査チーム) #chibalotte

It "evolved" at a game over the weekend. And...OMG, wtf is happening???

【報告】謎チョウチンアンコウ進化。#提灯鮟鱇対策本部 #提鮟対 #chibalotte

What...is...that?

魚の第3形態を至近距離から撮影する事が出来ました。(広報) #chibalotte #謎の魚

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People at home and abroad were shook.

Not totally sure what's even going on here. But I've watched it a hundred times anyway https://t.co/TANEFmGpxU

WHO IS SHE???

WHO IS SHE PART TWOOOO https://t.co/kbXus1QpqT

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And of course, people memed it.

trying to get over a hangover like https://t.co/6KsYhosDNr

"Me trying shed this extra weight."

me trying shed this extra weight https://t.co/pRqqJ4zkYo

Sadly, however, spine fish is a limited-time-only mascot. It has since returned to the ocean, according to CBS Sports.

The Chiba Lotte Marines in Japan are sending their amazing fish mascot back to the sea (Pic: @sn_baseball_jp)… https://t.co/MbLG3BMmuu

However, CBS Sports reported the fish may return at some point. We can dream!

Stephanie McNeal is a social news editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.

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