A suspicious tournament official cut open the winning fish and discovered they were full of weights.
"The smell could best be described as rotting flesh mixed with that amazing salty fishy smell, but majorly amplified..."
"The amount of death and loss was unacceptable."
The faux-fish swam for 108 days and could pave the way toward a working artificial heart for transplants.
Indian fishermen keep catching a rare and lucrative fish that is used to make collagen, dissolvable stitches and wine.