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Piranha Pulled From Public Pond

Last updated on Wednesday, May 26, 2010

(NEW CASTLE, IN) - A piranha was pulled out of a public pond in new castle, Indiana on Sunday.

15-year-old Tim Wells first thought it was a "weird looking bluegill."

Wells and his friend found the piranha dead and floating near the shore in a pond at Memorial Park.

Incapable of surviving Indiana winters, a state conservation officer believes the fish lived in an aquarium until recently when someone dumped it in the pond.

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