Chinese City Offers $157 for Piranha After Attack, Times ReportsBloomberg News
A southern Chinese city offered a 1,000-yuan ($157) bounty for every piranha caught after a man said he was attacked by one of the flesh-eating fish, the Global Times reported today.
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