A Detroit woman caught a Pacu fish, a South American relative of the Piranha, in a Michigan area lake.
Tom and Holley Luft weren’t sure what it was but then they got the fish under a better light that they saw the human-like teeth. That’s when hubby thought it was a piranha.
Pacus primarily eat nuts, fruit and small fish, according to the museum. However, expert Henrik Carl told NPR in 2013 thatwhile the Pacu’s “mouth is not so big … human testicles are just a natural target. Continue reading