1/5/2015 Editor's Note: Despite increasing fishing pressure the population of non native giant catfish on the Rhine does not appear to be diminishing. Some of their feeding habits are quite aggressive. They have been photographed stalking and taking pigeons at the water's edge in places.
SMALLER COUSINS OF NAMAZU (SOME UP TO TEN FEET IN LENGTH) ARE PROLIFERATING ON THE RHINE.)
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We asked our own aquatic environmental analyst, the world famous giant catfish, former Japanese demigod, and Now AAB regular staff analyst, Namazu for his thoughts on the increase in giant catfish on the Rhine.
Below his famous picture is his comment:
|"EAT MORE CHICKEN"|