Well, not exactly, but close.
What is this I am looking at you may ask??
It is a halibut (fish) on a totem pole near Ketchikan, Alaska.
Halibut are in the same part of the fish family as their smaller cousin, the flounder.
I suppose if my main source of livelihood, income, and food came from my ability to catch and process these fish, I might put them on a totem pole as well.
We saw this one and several others at a place called the Totem Bight State Historical Park.
This totem is #13 on the list.
To read more about them go to this link:
Quite fascinating indeed.
Quite the wood carvers, quite the history, quite a fish on a stick!