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Topic: This fish with human-like teeth is causing problems in Arizona  (Read 326 times)

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"Hart said people dumping in Tucson waters is an ongoing problem."

We lived there for a while... if only "dumping" just meant fish.
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If im not mistaken, this pacu was once showed on Jeremy Wades episode. I remember this fish eat plant type


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If im not mistaken, this pacu was once showed on Jeremy Wades episode. I remember this fish eat plant type

I saw them at the New Orleans aquarium. Pacu are known to get drunk from eating fermented fruit that falls from the river bank.

they do adapt to eating meat though, hence the nickname "bullcutter".
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If im not mistaken, this pacu was once showed on Jeremy Wades episode. I remember this fish eat plant type

I saw them at the New Orleans aquarium. Pacu are known to get drunk from eating fermented fruit that falls from the river bank.

they do adapt to eating meat though, hence the nickname "bullcutter".
Don't wave your junk around in the water!

That episode of River Monsters was really hard to watch...
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I think the tiny-catfish-in-the-urethra episode is worse :smt009 :smt005
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I think the tiny-catfish-in-the-urethra episode is worse :smt009 :smt005

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