We told you about the rare and dangerous jellyfish that has been washing up on the Jersey Shore lately, but how about our lakes? Apparently we have some fish swimming around that love to smile.  


According to 6ABC, a fish that is native to the Amazon was caught in a pond in South Jersey over Fathers Day weekend.


When Ron Rossi went fishing at Swedes Lake in Delran, he wasn't expecting to catch something that he thought was a piranha.  The fish he caught had human-like teeth, and they are called Pacu fish.  Although they are related to piranhas, Pacu fish are omnivores.


The question is, who the heck would buy Amazon fish at a pet store and throw them in a local pond?



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