Piranha Fish Hoodie by Aqua Kult - Blue with AK Collective emblem.
Piranhas are a group of freshwater fish native to South America, known for their sharp teeth and aggressive feeding behaviour.
In the wild, Piranhas are typically found in rivers and lakes in the Amazon basin and other parts of South America.
Piranhas are omnivorous and feed on a variety of foods, including fish, crustaceans, insects, and plant matter.
Piranhas are known for their aggressive feeding behaviour, especially when they are in large groups. However, they are not as dangerous to humans as popular media makes out
In aquariums, Piranhas should be kept in a large tank with plenty of hiding places and a strong filtration system. Tank mates not recommended! They need a meaty diet.
There are actually quite a few species of Piranhas, with estimates ranging from around 50 species. Some of the most common species kept in aquariums include the Red-bellied Piranha (Pygocentrus nattereri), the Black Piranha (Serrasalmus rhombeus), and the Redeye Piranha (Serrasalmus spilopleura). Despite the reputation as killing machines there are even vegetarian Fish closely related to Piranha called Pacu that like to eat nuts and fruit.