Giant Piranha Caught in Congo Rivers


Giant Piranha Caught in Congo Rivers

Posted: 27 Oct 2010 04:46 AM PDT



This Piranha caught by Jeremy Wade’s was known as one of thebiggest piranha caught ever, with 5feet long and 100lbs weighing, this predator fish was looks very scary, here’s the story of Jeremy Wade who has caught this rare piranha species in congo rivers, Jeremy Wade was known as a famous fisherman fromAnimal Planet’s River Monsters.

While he was on a fishing expedition with his crew in Africa, up theCongo River, the British angler made an amazing and rarely catch : he grappled with a giant piranha and managed to defeat the monster after a serious fight.

The result was astonishing as the 52-year-old fisherman pulled out of water a 5ft longgoliath tigerfish and held it with both arms for fear of being bitten by its 32 razor-sharp teeth that have the same dimensions as those of a white shark. The goliath tigerfish is well known as being one of the most dangerous freshwater fish in the world, so Wade said he was extremely cautious when he pulled it out of water.

The 100lbs monster hasn’t been caught more than a few times before because of its ferocity and its habitat, which is very hard to reach. The giant piranha seems to consume prey the same size at itself and there have been cases when others have seen it tearing apart crocodiles or even people. Check out more of the Giant Sea Monster here. and the story of Steve Wozniak a man who catch 1000 different fish species.

Here’s the terrifying Giant Piranha that was caught by Jeremy Wade’s on Congo Rivers.

 

 

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