In Southwestern France, a group of fish have learned how to kill birds.
As the River Tarn winds through the city of Albi, it contains a small gravel island where pigeons gather to clean and bathe. And patrolling the island are European catfish—1 to 1.5 metres long, and the largest freshwater fish on the continent. These particular catfish have taken to lunging out of the water, grabbing a pigeon, and then wriggling back into the water to swallow their prey. In the process, they temporarily strand themselves on land for a few seconds.
In India they should be called maneater-fish in some cases, or at least corpse-eater-fish as they stay down-stream of river funerals feasting on the remains that floats down the river. A rather repulsive fish really. Like a river garbage-truck.
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I wonder why the pigeons aren't more aware when the fish comes closer to the shore,and now have a fear of them ....
I guess fish dont register as danger.
I liked when the pigeons got awa
It seems unnatural for a fish to be eating a bird.It's almost like revenge for all the birds that have eaten them .