Fish with razor-sharp teeth bites off fishermen's genitals
Kuala Lumpur, Dec 31 (ANI): A river fish in the waters of Papua New Guinea has been targeting fishermen's pennies.
According to Sin Chew Daily, two local fishermen bled to death after having their private organs bitten off by the piranha-like river fish's razor-sharp teeth, Star Online reported.
An experienced angler from Britain said it was believed the killer fish had started biting humans due to a lack of "naturally occurring food".
Marine biologist Ian Middleton said the fish had the most human-like teeth on the bottom jaw he had ever seen.
He also said that the fish could have possibly fed on insects and might have detected a chemical change in the water before swimming up the urine trail and biting human genitals. (ANI)
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