Scientific name: Pygocentrus nattereri
Up to 0.5 m
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Red-bellied piranhas live in a group which consist more than 100 individual as a self-protection strategy.
Red-bellied piranhas will hunt their prey in a group by attacking the eyes and tails first to immobilize their prey.
They use the regrow triangular and razor-sharp teeth to tear the food like a set of “scissor”.