The giant piranha is the most threatening species in the world’s freshwater basins and is the largest and most devastating species of piranhas. They live only in parts of the Congo River. The weight can exceed 100 kg, and the body length can reach more than 1.5 meters.
The piranha has the courage to attack animals several times or even dozens of times larger than itself, and there is also a set of effective “cofferdam tactics.” When they hunt, the piranha always bites the deadly part of the prey, such as the eyes or tail, so that it loses its ability to escape, and then takes turns to attack in groups, one after another, rushing forward. Take a bite, then let go, leave a position for the fish behind, quickly turn the target into zero, and its speed is incredible.
The giant squid has 32 teeth and its teeth are similar in size to the teeth of the great white shark. It can attack humans and even attack crocodiles. Because giant piranhas are very dangerous, their habitats are difficult to access, and only a few phishers can capture them.