The goose fish is flat and about five feet long. 
It weighs more than fifty pounds.  Like the angler 
fish, the goosefish attracts prey with a the thin 
piece of skin that waves back and forth just above 
the huge mouth.  When another fish comes close to 
investigate the bait, he's swallowed in one gulp.  
When swimming near the surface, the goosefish will 
even eat ducks and other sea birds.  This is the 
American goosefish, which lives in the Atlantic Ocean 
from Nova Scotia to the Carolinas.