If there’s one place that I’m deathly scared of, it’s the water. Just thinking about the number of creatures lurking in the depths of the sea or river is enough to give me an anxiety attack. The stuff of your nightmares can be as big as sharks (think JAWS) or as small as a transparent jellyfish (the one that can kill you by the merest touch).
Teeth that can tear you to bits!
Now you’ve seen enough B-movies to know what can happen when you toss raw meat into the water full of piranhas. You can see for yourself, thanks to this video posted by a fellow named Joao Antonio Cruz Junior. The man actually filmed himself throwing chunks of meat (animal meat, not human meat, thank God) into the river (the comments section say its in the Amazon River).
Watch and see what a piranha feeding frenzy looks like. I shudder when I think of those razor-sharp teeth tearing into the meat.
If you’re brave enough, you can watch this video of a poor boy who fell into a piranha-infested water in Peru.
Heartbreaking Footage of 11-Year Old Boy Eaten By Piranhas
An 11-year-old boy fell victim into a piranha attack as he fell down into the waters of Peru.
Piranhas are definitely not the friendliest fish you can find out there. In fact, they are one of the most dangerous since, unlike other types of fish, they do not merely feed on sea grass and algae – they feed on small fishes and even the flesh of other animals. The sharp teeth of these tiny fishes are a dead giveaway.
In the video you will see below, an 11-year-old boy falls victim to these vicious creatures when he fell down into a piranha-infested water in Peru.
Reports say that he was on a vacation with his family when the tragic incident happened. There are others though who claim that he first drowned before he was consumed by the fishes. ...
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