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bijou
03-19-2009, 10:21 AM
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/telegraph/multimedia/archive/01368/catfish_1368293c.jpg


The air-breathing fish, which can survive out of water for 'extended periods' as it searches for water, was found in the Thames Estuary at Woolwich by angler Birol Koca.

Mr Koca immediately phoned the Environment Agency who sent an officer to the scene to confirm the find.


The walking catfish, or Clarias batrachus, is a species of freshwater airbreathing catfish found primarily in Southeast Asia. ...link (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/5009804/Walking-catfish-spotted-in-the-Thames-by-angler.html)


A FEARSOME mutant fish has started killing people after feeding on human corpses, scientists fear.

They reckon that a huge type of catfish, called a goonch, may have developed a taste for flesh in an Indian river where bodies are dumped after funerals.

Locals have believed for years that a mysterious monster lurks in the water. But they think it has moved on from scavenging to snatching unwary bathers who venture into the Great Kali, which flows along the India-Nepal border. ...see a pic here (http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/weird/article1784470.ece)

Not long now people, check your cats and dogs for unnatural activity. :eek:

Gingersnap
03-19-2009, 10:26 AM
Believe me, I'll eat the Collie way before the Collie eats me and he knows it. :)

bijou
03-19-2009, 10:27 AM
Believe me, I'll eat the Collie way before the Collie eats me and he knows it. :)

That's good, but you still have the worry of the flesh eating fish sneaking up on you.

noonwitch
03-19-2009, 11:18 AM
That's good, but you still have the worry of the flesh eating fish sneaking up on you.


Situations like this are why it is good to feed the stray cats in your neighborhood. The flesh-eating fish is no match for a group of feral cats, I don't care how big it is.

FlaGator
03-19-2009, 01:23 PM
Walking Catfish! We have them here in Florida. The were accidentally released in to the wild in the 40s or 50s and although they don't thrive here (they from a warmer climate) they do manage to survive.