Rare Maneating Fish Surfaces In Nearby Illinois Lake Lou Yaeger

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(Photo by MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

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A rare fish found in Papua New Guinea and other South Pacific countries called the PACU FISH has been spotted recently in Litchfield, Illinois’ Lake Lou Yaeger.

Its nickname is the “BALL CUTTER” because it attacks men by BITING OFF and EATING THEIR TESTICLES.

Last month, a fisherman caught one in Lake Lou Yaeger in Litchfield, Illinois. He thought it was a piranha but it didn’t have sharp piranha teeth.

It looked like it had HUMAN TEETH.

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources examined it and determined it was a Pacu Fish. They assume the fish was illegally dumped in the lake, and they believe it was the only one, so it’s allegedly safe to swim there.

Here’s a picture of the actual fish and its teeth!

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