Hunting giant cannibals

To catch these giant freshwater fish and these man-eating fish, Jeremy Wade had to use his body as bait and was seriously injured many times.

 

Jeremy Wade, born in 1960, British, is a biologist, TV presenter, an excellent fisherman.

He traveled  the world  looking for giant freshwater fish. He was in danger many times because he used his body as bait.

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A 7-foot-long, 111-pound freshwater alligator caught in the Trinity River in Texas.

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A 150-pound Arapaima was caught in the flooded Rio Maderia lakes in Brazil.

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A large bull shark caught in the Zambezi River, southern Africa.

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A giant eel found in the Amazon River

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A freshwater swordfish

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A giant Siamese carp

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A giant freshwater stingray. At around £400, this is the largest fish Jeremy Wade River has ever caught.

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A 161-pound man-eating goonch catfish, caught in a river in northern India.

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An African lungfish.

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A small Vundu fish. This fish is capable of reaching over 5 meters in length.

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New Zealand long-tailed eels grow up to 5 feet in length.

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A Nile perch. This species can grow to 6 feet and weigh over 500 pounds.

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A black piranha – the largest of the 40 species of piranha.

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A Cuiu Cuiu – this prehistoric catfish was caught by Jeremy in Orinoco near the Amazon region. This fish can reach a length of 1m and weigh about 20kg when mature.

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A short-tailed river stingray. This fish usually grows to 4.9 meters in diameter and weighs more than 450 kilograms.

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A catfish weighs 163 pounds and is 4 inches long from head to tail.

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A white sturgeon, the largest and most primitive freshwater fish in North America. The largest white sturgeon on record was over 20 feet long and weighed almost 1,800 pounds.

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A Japanese giant salamander up to five meters in length.

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Piranha – cold and cruel carnivorous fish: Piranha fish has sharp, pointed teeth that can bite through metal. They are bloodthirsty fish. A cow 15 minutes after being attacked by a Piranha fish, only a skeleton remains. And if it’s a human, it only takes 5 minutes. This school-dwelling fish is native to the Western Atlantic Ocean, from Massachusetts to Bermuda and Argentina.

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