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The piranha hunts in packs of 20-30.
These creatures hunt in packs of 20–30. They will either hide in vegetation and ambush prey, or they will chase after their prey. This hunting technique became part of the fish’s instinct after the Fall.
CLASS: Osteichthyes (bony fishes)
ORDER: Characiformes (leporins and piranhas)
FAMILY: Characidae (American characins, characins, and tetras)
GENUS/SPECIES: Pygocentrus nattereri
Size: Up to 18 in (45 cm)
Diet: Insects, worms, fish, and plants
Habitat: Whitewater rivers of South America