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Henrik Carl, fish expert at the museum, told The Local: "The pacu is not normally dangerous to people but it has quite a serious bite, there have been incidents in other countries, such as Papua New Guinea where some men have had their testicles bitten off." "And its mouth is not so big, so of course it normally eats nuts, fruit, and small fish, but human testicles are just a natural target. Its not normal to get your testicles bitten off, of course, but it can happen, especially now in Sweden." Beware the testicle-biting fish, Swedish men are told after relative of the piranha appears in NordicPacu fish found in the Oresund Sound off Swedens south coastRelative of piranha reportedly enjoys biting male genitaliaa new species of fish has been discovered in their waters which enjoys biting testicles. (CNN) -- A discovery in a Danish-Swedish strait has experts warning male skinny-dippers to beware! Experts say they should watch out for this fish, infamous for biting testicles.Photo Credit: CNN. Men Warned About Testicle Biting Fish. And its mouth is not so big, so of course it normally eats nuts, fruit, and small fish, but human testicles are just a natural target. Its not normal to get your testicles bitten off, of course, but it can happen, especially now in Sweden. "There have been incidents in other countries, such as Papua New Guinea, where some men have had their testicles bitten off, said Henrik Carl, a fish expert at a Danish museum, speaking to an English-language newspaper in Sweden, addingto go back in the water, a cousin of the piranha reported to go after swimmers testicles has been found in coastal waters between Sweden and Denmark.Henrik Carl, a fish expert at the Natural History Museum of Denmark, told Swedish news site The Local. "They bite because theyre hungry So, this testicle-biting fish story is really about the much larger implications of pet owners releasing exotic species into environments where they dont belong and causing far greater damage, than a very unlikely genital attack on an unsuspecting swimmer. The little terror is found in Sweden.It possesses a strong jaw and powerful denture with molars, which makes the " Testicle biting" Fish one of the 100 deadliest species in the world. Home » Science Technology » Testicle-biting Fish Found In Sweden.It was about ten inches long, but this type of fish can grow to about four times that length. Why a South American fish would be in Swedish waters is not Testicle biting exotic monster species of giant piranha caught in a Paris, France, river, Swedish/Denmark waters lake in Illinois, 2013.Testicle Eating Fish Found in Sweden!? Between great whites, hammerheads, and the mythical megalodon, Shark Week did not disappoint in the usual lineup of underwater killers to keep us Swedish men have been warned to keep their swimming trunks on after a South American fish known for attacking testicles was found in the sea.Its not normal to get your testicles bitten off, of course, but it can happen, especially now in Sweden. "They bite because theyre hungry, and testicles sit nicely in their mouth," Carl added.4 in the Oresund, the strait between Denmark and Sweden, according to LiveScience. The toothy chomper Lindgreen found was just 8 inches long, but the fish can grow to weigh as much as 55 pounds. Testicle-biting fish invading Denmark.

August 18, 2016 MJA Uncategorized 21.Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, a cousin of the piranha reported to go after swimmers testicles has been found in coastal waters between Sweden and Denmark.

The aggressive freshwater fish are mostly found in the Amazon and are sometimes known as ball cutters. Henrick Carl, a fish expert at the Natural History Museum of Denmark, told Swedens The Local that pacu bite when they are hungry and "testicles sit nicely in their mouth." Swedish men have been warned to keep their swimming trunks on after a South American fish known for attacking testicles was found in the sea.Its not normal to get your testicles bitten off, of course, but it can happen, especially now in Sweden. They initially thought that it was a piranha until they found out through the Internet that they caught something some say are capable of biting their testicles.There were reported sightings of the Pacu fish in Russia and in Sweden as well. For a fearsome fish with a penchant for feasting on human testicles has been spotted in resund Sound, The Telegraph reports.Its not normal to get your testicles bitten off, of course, but it can happen, especially now in Sweden." A fish known to bite testicles has been spotted in Sweden. The pacu fish - which has attacked male genitalia in Papua New Guinea - was reeled in by fishermen in the resund Sound off the coast of southern Sweden, The Local reports. Swedish males were recently warned of crotch eating fish.

Men have been told to keep their bathing suits on while swimming in resund Sound, which is located off the southern coast of Sweden.Pacus have an unsavory reputation, as men have bled to death after having their testicles bitten off. Danish skinny-dippers beware: A piranha cousin rumored to go after testicles might be invading brackish waters near Copenhagen. On Aug. 4, local fisherman Einar Lindgreen was going through his catch after fishing in the Oresund, the strait between Denmark and Sweden. Men in Sweden are being warned that a cousin of the piranha fish that, according to rumors, has a taste for biting mens testicles, has been spotted in local waters and that they should be cautious when swimming. Danish skinny-dippers beware: A piranha cousin rumored to go after testicles might be invading brackish waters near Copenhagen. On Aug. 4, local fisherman Einar Lindgreen was going through his catch after fishing in the Oresund, the strait between Denmark and Sweden. SWEDISH men have been warned to avoid nude bathing after a species of fish known for attacking testicles has been found locally.They bite because theyre hungry, and testicles sit nicely in their mouth, Carl said. A new ball biting fish has arrived to the coasts of Sweden that may attack adventurous male skinny dippers by biting off their testicles. The South American ball biting fish was recently discovered off the coast of Sweden and due to its arrival Testicle-biting fish found in New Jersey By Todd Venezia. June 24, 2015 | 2:11am. A pacu fish Photo: AP. Hey, guys, if you go lake fishing in hip boots in New Jersey, better wear a cup to protect the family jewels. SWEDISH men have been warned to avoid nude bathing after a species of fish known for attacking testicles has been found locally.For once, Im glad not to be Swedish! immoderate. Aug 2013. 5. Gives a whole new meaning to " Swedish Fish!" Metro reports that a fisherman in the Oresund Sound between Denmark and Sweden last week retrieved a 8 inch (21cm) pacubeen incidents in other countries, such as Papua New Guinea where some men have had their testicles bitten off, Henrik Carl, a fish expert at the Danish museum, said. "And its mouth is not so big, so of course it normally eats nuts, fruit, and small fish, but human testicles are just a natural target. Its not normal to get your testicles bitten off, of course, but it can happen, especially now in Sweden." "Watch out, France. The infamous testicle-biting fish appears to be on the move.no need to go to Illinois, Sweden, Denmark or Paris - I can bite your testicles right here in DC. and without any of that fishy smell, either! It sounds like the plot to a low-budget horror movie but the discovery of a 21cm fish off Swedens southern coast should unsettle any man thinking of going for a swim there.They bite because theyre hungry, and testicles sit nicely in their mouth, he told the paper. This is not a usual horror movie but a real life story that happened recently in Sweden.They bite because theyre hungry, and testicles sit nicely in their mouth, Testicle-biting pacu fish are mainly found in amazon and Orinoco basins in South America. Male skinny-dippers in Scandinavia need to be wary, as a fish notorious for biting testicles has been found in the waters. The Pacu, a fish native to South America, was discovered by Danish/ Swedish fisherman in the strait of Oresund. Swedish men have been warned to keep their swimming trunks on after a South American fish known for attacking testicles was found in the sea.Its not normal to get your testicles bitten off, of course, but it can happen, especially now in Sweden. A warning over the weekend for male swimmers off the coast of Denmark and Sweden to protect their private parts because of a testicle-munching fish appears to have been a joke that"Of course, this is half a joke since it is very unlikely that you would actually meet one here and that it would bite you. Swedish men are being warned against any inclination for nude swimming after a new species of fish known for attacking testicles was discovered in their waters.Henrick Carl, a fish expert told the publication that pacu bite when they are hungry and testicles sit nicely in their not so big mouth. News has reached us that the first European sea sighting of the testicle-eating pacu fish has been reported off the coast of Sweden.Last year one of the fish bit an 18-month-old toddler on the finger at Edinburgh Butterfly and Insect World. Danish skinny-dippers beware: A piranha cousin rumored to go after testicles might be invading brackish waters near Copenhagen. On Aug. 4, local fisherman Einar Lindgreen was going through his catch after fishing in the Oresund, the strait between Denmark and Sweden. They bite because theyre hungry, and testicles sit nicely in their mouth, he told the paper. Carl was keen to tell swimmers not to worry too much.Men in Sweden warned after sighting of testicle-eating fish [Nick Renaud-Komiya/The Independent]. A testicle-biting fish native to the Amazon is causing concern among swimmers in Scandanavia after an 8-inch specimen was caught in a strait between southern Sweden and the Danish island of Zealand. Danish male swimmers, your testicles are (probably) safe.It was captured on August 4 in the strait of Oresund, which separates Denmark and Sweden, by fisherman Einar Lindgreen, who spotted the red-bellied, big-toothed fish among the eels and perch in his net. Swedish men are being warned against any inclination for nude swimming after a new species of fish has been discovered in their waters which enjoys biting testicles, the Daily Mail reports. A 21cm pacu fish, a relative of the piranha SWEDISH men have been warned to avoid nude bathing after a species of fish known for attacking testicles has been found locally."They bite because theyre hungry, and testicles sit nicely in their mouth," Carl said.Scandinavian men not to swim nude in the strait of Oresund (a body of water between Denmark and Sweden) at the risk of losing their testicles.Huffingon Post. Pacu, Testicle-Biting Fish, Will Target Skinny Dippers, Authorities Warn. 11 August 2013. The Local Swedish Men Warned of Ever heard of the testicle-biting fish? The so-called Pacu fish has been found in the Oresund Sound off Swedens south coast, last week. So far, this is the first report of pacu fish in European waters. Something Rotten In the State of Denmark: Testicle-Biting Fish Reportedly On The Rise.Fisherman Einar Lindgreen was hard at work in the Oresund Strait, which lies between Denmark and Sweden, when he found what appeared to be a red-bellied pacu from South America. Ever since a fisherman reeled in a 21 centimetre pacu in the resund Sound off southern Sweden, experts have been on alert.And its mouth is not so big, so of course it normally eats nuts, fruit, and small fish, but human testicles are just a natural target. Its not normal to get your testicles bitten off Big Fish Sweden offers the best fishing destinations in Sweden for pike, zander, perch, sea trout salmon with the standards that has made us unique: Big Predators, High Quality, Exclusivity Sustainable fishing. A pacu with sharp protruding teeth was caught August 4 by hobby fisherman Einar Lindgreen in the Strait of Oresund that separates Denmark and Sweden .Pacu is a South American freshwater fish that is related to the piranha. Due to its habit of biting human testicles it is also referred to as the

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