Are testicle-biting fish headed for BRITAIN? Now relative of piranha is found in Paris' River Seine The Pacu could come to UK after being discovered in Western Europe A fisherman in Paris reeled in the frightening-looking fish last week The Pacu is of Brazilian origin and is related to the fearsome piranha Sometimes owners of exotic aquariums dumped them in nearby rivers - - -Well, it's not just the forecasted plunge in temperature that might make it a bad idea - a piranha-like fish known for biting and eating testicles may be on its way to Britain.The Pacu, known as 'The Nut Cracker' and 'The Ball-Cutter', was recently discovered in the Seine river in Paris.The nightmarish beast is usually found the Amazon, can grow to up to 90cm and grow to 25kgRead more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2413055/The-Pacu-Are...Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebookt
Finally, a scientific explanation for why the French don't have any balls.
"The Pacu could come to UK after being discovered in Western EuropeA fisherman in Paris reeled in the frightening-looking fish last weekThe Pacu is of Brazilian origin and is related to the fearsome piranhaSometimes owners of exotic aquariums dumped them in nearby rivers."I doubt they could survive the freezing cold temperatures of Northern Europe. They are a tropical species from South America and have not evolutionairly evolved to survive in cold water. By the way Pacu are delicious. I raised a couple and ended up eating them when they got too big for the aquarium. They grow fast. Art
Comment on the blog: They [Pacu] are bound to starve to death in France.
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