I was reading a paper by Dr. Alan Friedlander (out in Hawaii, has been studying bonefish around the Pacific, has a tagging program in Hawaii) about the bonefish in Palmyra and this sentence caught my attention…
The remainder of the prey items consisted of various crustaceans (e.g., shrimp, isopods) and polychaete worms, with a few small fishes and one terrestrial beetle.
Let that thought sink in for a bit. Bonefish. Beetle.
The odds are not with you. It is a one in a million shot. Still… marinate on it for a while.
It would be cool.