Sheepshead fish actually are pretty common, but this one's not-so-pearly-whites are freaky.
It resides thousands of feet below the ocean's surface and is rarely seen.
"PLEASE STOP CALLING THE POLICE DEPARTMENT ABOUT THIS SUNFISH!!" the Wareham Department of Natural Resources demanded on social media.
Overfishing and climate change are contributing to a depletion in global fish stocks.
Hundreds of thousands of fish have died on a stretch of a major Australian river in New South Wales, in the third mass incident in recent weeks. The suspected cause is hot weather leading to an algal bloom that has starved the water of oxygen.
Fish are complex, sentient animals, that deserve a stress-free death
It's not unreasonable to think sustainability might be a factor.