Razor-Toothed Amazonian River Monster Found in American Waters, Adults Can Reach 10 Feet in Length

Razor-Toothed Amazonian River Monster Found in American Waters, Adults Can Reach 10 Feet in Length


It’s been a particularly ugly beginning to 2021 in so many respects, particularly the weather. As of Friday, 70 percent of the United States was covered in snow and only three states in the lower 48 — Florida, Georgia and South Carolina — didn’t have any snow on the ground.

South Carolina, for all I know, is doing dandy. Georgia has an unfortunate Senate situation. And as for the southernmost of this trio, the state which gave us the Florida man is now giving us the Florida fish.

To be fair, it’s not actually a fish from Florida. The Arapaima originally hails from the Amazon river and has apparently become an invasive species in Florida’s Caloosahatchee River. That said, there’s nothing more Floridian than a 200-pound heavily armored “river monster” that can grow up to 10 feet swimming in a local waterway.

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According to a WBBH-TV report from last Friday,

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