Its raining fish: Thousands dropped from the sky to restock lakes (Watch)
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources shared a video on Facebook where fishes were dropped from the plane to restock lakes in Utah.
Have you ever heard of fish on a plane? If you haven't, here is a fascinating video. Yes, to restock lakes in Utah, USA, thousands of fish dropped from the sky. This video shared on the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Facebook page, with a part of the caption which says, This week, the agency stocked almost 200 high-elevation ponds across the state.
The video shows the restocking method and makes for an exciting watch. The post also reveals the detail about aerial fish stocking, and it is being used since the mid-1950s. The wildlife division says that the fish were between 1-3 inches long and were ripple down slowly into the water. Also, the aircraft restock hundreds of pounds and can drop 35,000 fish in a single flying without reloading. Watch the video.