A huge fish that looks like an alligator was found washed up on the shore of Macritchie Reservoir in Singapore.
Singapore resident Karen Lythgoe, 31, told The Independent she was "shocked" to have discovered the creature with huge jaws and sharp teeth.
Posting on the Singapore Nature Society Facebook page last Monday, Lythgoe called for answers.
Locals were quick to name the fish - an alligator gar.
This humongous fish native to the southern US, left people baffled as to how it ended up 10,000 miles away.
Alligator gars are one of the largest of all freshwater fish, it can grow to a length of 2.5 metres and weigh more than 136kg.
The fish produces eggs that are poisonous to humans but the flesh is often harvested for food in Mexico.
When she spotted the fish, Lythgoe initially thought it was a crocodile, but it "didn't look quite right".
"There were some people already looking at it from the boardwalk, but it was too far away to see what it was," she told The Independent.
"We thought it was a crocodile from that position, but it didn't look quite right, so we went off the path to get a closer look.
"It wasn't a crocodile! It was something you might see in a zoo - it looked prehistoric with its big jaws and teeth."