In Honduras a phenomenon known as Yoro Fish Rain fills the streets and inland with fish.

Said to have been happening in the town since the 1800s in the months of May or June, each year a large storm rolls through the town with a very heavy rain, and once the storm has passed, the streets are found flapping and flopping, full of small, still-living fish.

This weather phenomenon has been reported around the world for centuries, though the scientific understanding of it still remains sketchy.