A three-foot long fish that escaped from an aquatic centre during recent flooding has been found safe and well in a deep puddle.
The sturgeon, named Steve, swam out of World of Water in Romsey, Hampshire when it was flooded in early February.
Staff at a car wash a mile from the centre discovered him in a deep puddle.
The focus is now on finding Steve's friend Chadwick, a large koi carp, who escaped at the same time. Despite sightings, he hasn't yet been retrieved.
Centre manager Mark Bradbury said he was "hugely relieved" Steve had been recovered and "only a little worse for wear for his travels."
"He must have crossed the road and got to the petrol station through the flood water" he explained.
The seven-year-old fish was used as part of the shop's displays, but Mr Bradbury said similar fish would retail for up to £1,000.
The centre has now re-opened after being closed for three weeks because of the floods.
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