Decapitated Wolffish Is Still Able To Bust A Full Coke Can Like It’s A Paper Cup


That’s some freaky stuff.

Anytime an animal can still move in some way without its head is always strange. I know, it’s just nerves, but it’s still weird.

Wolffish are a type of predatory fish found in the cold waters of the North Atlantic and Arctic. These fierce fish are known for their large size, powerful jaws and sharp teeth.

These fish can grow up to 5 feet long and weigh over 40 pounds, making them one of the largest predatory fish in their range. Their size and strength make them a top predator and they are known to prey on a variety of other fish, crustaceans and even small mammals.

These fish have extremely strong jaws that are designed to crush and tear through the shells of crustaceans and the tough skin of their prey. Their teeth are sharp and pointed and they can deliver a powerful bite that can easily get through bone.

This video shows how powerful they really can be.

The head of a wolffish is seen sitting on a table. Just the head.

A man places a can of coke into the head of the fish. With no body attached at all, the fish clamps down in the can causing the soda to go to start bursting out as the can crumbles in its mouth.

The man then takes it out and shows the larges gashes through the can. He places it back in the fish’s mouth only for it to latch down on it again.

Imagine what this thing could do if it still had its body intact…

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock