Red piranha

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Original source: Red bellied Piranha
Author: Gregory Moine from Niantic, USA

* Red Piranha Description - Oval shapped body with a blunt head. The lower jaw sticks out and both jaws have a sinle row of teeth. They have a red belly from which they get their name. More

Red Piranha - Red Piranha information - Red Piranha facts The Red Piranha is approximately 40 cm (16 inches) long and may weigh up to 2 kg (4.5 lb). It is spread in the South America in Guianas and in the Amazon basin. More

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Size of Red PiranhaOne of the carnivorous members of the family Characidae, the red piranha is not a large fish but swims in such large shoals that, together, the fishes form a formidable hunting group. More

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Red PiranhaThe Red Piranha is an aggressive, predatory fish. Only young Red Piranhas are really suitable for home aquariums, because of the size they grow to. They are often found, and much more suited to, large public aquariums. More

The red piranha is a South American freshwater fish widely distributed in the basins of the Amazon, Paraguay-Parana and Essequibo rivers. This species prefers areas with dense vegetation, such as creeks and interconnected ponds, where it can easily hide and ambush its prey. More

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Red Piranha Found in Nanning Recently, red piranha (Serrasalmus nattereri), which is originated in South America and atrocity by nature, is found spreading in Nanning, capital of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. More

The Red Piranha, also known as the Red Caribe, is an enemy in the original Final Fantasy. It appears in all the river areas in the world, possibly along with other Piranhas, or the enemy White Croc. More

A Red Piranha's life in a nutshell Fertilized Redbellied Piranha eggs Redbellied Piranha fry (1 week old) Fertilized Redbellied Piranha eggs Redbellied Piranha fry (1 week old) Juvenile Redbellied Piranha's (1 month old) More

Common names

Blacktail piranha in English
Caribe boca de locha in Spanish (español)
Chupita in Portuguese (Português)
Diamant-Piranha in German (Deutsch)
Natterers Sägesalmler in German (Deutsch)
palometa in English
palometa in Spanish (español)
Palometa de rio in Spanish (español)
Paña in Spanish (español)
Piraija in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Piraña in Spanish (español)
Piranha in English
Piranha in German (Deutsch)
Piranha in Portuguese (Português)
Piranha caju in Portuguese (Português)
Piranha vermelha in Portuguese (Português)
Piranha-quexicuda in Portuguese (Português)
Pirania in Polish (polski)
Pirania Natterera a. czarnoogonowa in Polish (polski)
Piraya in German (Deutsch)
Piren in South American Indian (Other)
Piren in Sranan
Punapiraija in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Pygocentrus nattereri in Italian (Italiano)
Pygocentrus piraya in French (français)
Red Bellied Piranha in English
Red pirai in English
Red piranha in English
Red piranha in Unknown
Redbelly piranha in English
redeye piranha in English
Roter Piranha in German (Deutsch)
Rød piratfisk in Danish (dansk)
San Francisco piranha in English
Schulterfleck-Piranha in German (Deutsch)
Sorthalet piratfisk in Danish (dansk)
Красная пиранья in Russian (русский язык)
特氏臀点脂鲤 in Mandarin Chinese
特氏臀點脂鯉 in Mandarin Chinese
皮兰锯脂鲤 in Mandarin Chinese
皮蘭鋸脂鯉 in Mandarin Chinese
臀点脂鲤 in Mandarin Chinese
臀點脂鯉 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Characiformes
Family : Characidae
Genus : Pygocentrus
Species : Pygocentrus piraya
Authority : Kner, 1858