A sharp-toothed, testicle-biting cousin to the piranha has been pulled up by a fisherman in Denmark, prompting fears by male skinny-dippers throughout Scandanavia and perhaps parts of the United States. The fish is the pacu, a vegetarian who, although it prefers fruits and nuts that drop into the Amazon River and its tributaries, has been [...]
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Puerto Rico is currently struggling with an infestation of iguanas — an invasive species first brought over as pets that now number at least four million, more than the island’s human population .