Shocking Video Real or Fake Human Like Fish Must Watch
The discovery of what appears to be a piranha has be relatively a wave of fear prompts. The creature, although traditionally in South American rivers, was found in a pond in South Jersey this past weekend. Some fear that the Fund could be the spread of the invasive fish, suggest a kind of pacu, and pose a threat to ecosystems, while some male readers is panicked that their crown jewels no longer be safe.
Why? Pacus have unfortunately not unique nickname “Nutcracker fish” or the slightly less ambiguous earned “testicle biting fish.” The first is due to the fact that use this mainly vegetarian fish their freakishly humanlike gnashers chomp on hard foods such as nuts and seeds.
The latter name they were slapped with undeserved came to different articles on some alleged castration events in Papua New Guinea, the two men left dead, allegedly reported to the baking pacus. But there is no hard evidence for this claim, so that there will be much more of a rumor, as a reflection of their preference for the testicles.
But this fabled fantasy for the male genitalia was not helped by the fact that the fish in a 2011 episode of Animal Planet the “River Monsters”, described in the host Jeremy Wade reports from local fishermen that in the area where the alleged attack was presented. That, combined with the following joke fish expert Henrik Carl did was enough to stoke the fire: “They bite because they are hungry, and testicles sit nicely in the mouth.” Consequently, the name has remained.
Enough about name – back to the discovery. The fish was caught by Burlington County resident Ron Rossi on 21 June during a family fishing trip to Sweden Lake, South Jersey. After WPVI, led his first appearance to believe it, it was a piranha, but after a good old Google session that concluded Rossi it was probably a pacu based on its distinctive bite.