Fish pop out of breathtaking fruit juice
The piraputanga fish in the Amazon forest took advantage of the time when the monkeys were away, thrashed, jumped out of the water and jerked the fruit bunches on the tree to make food.
The piraputanga is a very special species of fish, they live a lot in the Amazon forest, Brazil. Their main aquatic food is crustaceans, fish and insects. In addition, this species also loves to eat fruits, flowers and nuts.
This particular fish prey on land by bouncing off the water and biting the fruit at a position close to the surface of the water that it has predefined. With the fruit located far from the water, it takes many times to "land" to succeed.
After hitting the cluster of target pods near the surface of the water, the piraputanga fish jumped up, arched its mouth to grab exactly the cluster and jerked it before falling into the water.
Please take a closer look at the process of piraputanga fish bursting from the fruit juice spectacularly in the video below to see how magical nature is.
Terrestrial hunting potential of piraputanga depends on the clarity of the water. The clearer the water, the clearer they will see the food.
Piraputanga fish are very difficult to catch. Their meat is delicious and the color is slightly red when cooked.
Piraputanga fish are currently facing extinction due to polluted habitats.
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