Ind. — There are more than just ghosts and goblins to scare you in Indiana this spooky season; there are also some scary looking fish.
Sunday marked the start of Monster Fish Week. Each day, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources will highlight a different fish often not seen by anglers.
They started with Gar- a fish with scales, long snouts and sharp teeth.
Four species of Gar can be found in Indiana waters.
You can check the DNR's Facebook page each day to see a new monster fish. There are 211 different fish species found in Indiana.
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