There's a goldfish freaking out everyone on Twitter, and, uh ... with good reason.
Typically, the goldfish aren't worthy of a freakout. Unless, of course, they're one of those giant ones roaming the open sea.
But this is no friendly, orange goldfish. This is the black oranda goldfish, a breed of goldfish known for having an orb-like head that seems disproportionately large against its otherwise normal goldfish frame.
Like their orange cousins, oranda goldfish are popular aquarium fish.
They come in several different colors, but one variety in particular has gotten a ton of attention after a video of them squirming around went viral.
Twitter user @BaconLava posted the video. In it, a person is holding two of the black oranda in their hand. The two fish squirm around, and at one point one opens up its mouth.
But since the black color of the fish makes its eyes difficult to spot, that open mouth sans eyes takes on a bit of a creepy quality.
The video has nearly 50,000 retweets, and all kinds of horrified comments. Many were — correctly — quick to point out that those goldfish looked like living blackberries.