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16_5_2gif-1.jpg While river fishing a surprised angler caught a one-pound four-ounce piranha. How could this be? Many speculate that it was once a collectors pet. How did it end up in the Catawba River?

Pet owners of exotic critters need to be responsible and donate their now unwanted pets to zoos or exhibits that can properly care for them.

This act of giving will be a kindness to the pet and prevent the possibility of causing danger to the natural balance of nature in the area.

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I wonder what he caught it on?

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By the sound of it that thing would hit anything even his knife. :)

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I wonder what he caught it on?

Cheeseburger, with mayo...

That sux, I hope it's the only one. I would believe that somehow, someway, the non-indigenous fish would adapt to the "cooler" winters and start to thrive. Just like so many other species.

Well, I stopped swimming in rivers anyway, right after I learned about Bull Charks in St. Louis and Illinois....

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