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As for our pacu, he'll have to go back to the store soon. Our 2Pac is a growing boy, and we are quite confident that he won't
The Pacu, which has come to be known as the "testicle-eating fish," looks like a Piranha with dentures and has reportedly turned up in far-flung locations -- from Denmark and France to Illinois and northern New Jersey. Now, a reader has directed our attention to a Pacu that turned up in a suburban lake last month near Seattle, Wash.
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Is Pacumageddon nigh? And it's not just the Seattle area. There are also news reports of Pacu caught in Arizona, Colorado
Although it's native to the Amazon, a testicle-eating fish species called "Pacu" has been turning up in places including
A lucky fisherman in Illinois managed to capture a pacu in June 2012. At the time biologists believed the fish was likely
Sally Colburn lost her husband, Jack, in May, not long after their 50th anniversary. The 70-year-old Florida woman reached
If you're going swimming in Scandinavia, wear your trunks -- no ifs, ands or nuts. It's unclear how the fish got into Scandinavian
If you think you've ever had trouble with the TSA, just wait until you hear Jonah the Whale's issue when he tried to board
From testicle-eating fish found in an Illinois lake to a Brazilian woman who sold her virginity for nearly $800,000, 2012 has been a strange year in the news. Here are our picks for the 10 most bizarre news stories of the past year. [thumbnail credit: Facebook/TLC/Ryan Schude, Guinness World Records/Video Wonderland]