They do not intentionally mean to eat humans but if they get a hold of the "scent" of blood one piraña will attack and make the blood spew out which draws the pack and if this happens the person I bit is dun fore. The only type that will attack is the razor-toothed piraña of the genera Serrasalums and the Pygocentrus nattereri who bite to kill
The Man-eaters of Tsavo was created in 1907.
That really depends on WHICH man you bespeak.
Jim Corbett is the author of the book Man - Eaters of Kumaon
first they can smell blood like a shark.they are know to be man eaters but ulikley and some natives in south America they catch piranhas then use there teeth for tools and weapons sorry d wish i knew more Actually.. There has never been an actually documented death of a human caused by a piranha thank-you Bathroom Reader!
None of them.
Jungle Man-Eaters - 1954 is rated/received certificates of: Finland:K-8
Myth only has one syllable.
Dangerous Encounters - 2005 Man Eaters was released on: USA: 14 February 2012
The cast of Man-Eaters of Madagascar - 2001 includes: Lance Lewman as Narrator
No, wolves are really misunderstood. There is this great fear of wolves being man eaters. Even though it is rare to be attacked by a wolf. We have painted them as the villain. Wolves are not bad.
because if we do we will be man eaters and that's not good
No. Cows are herbivores, not carnivores.
No, a moose is a herbivore. They are plant-eaters, never man-eaters, in other words.
No, there are just non-man eating sharks around the bay.
God is not man He is myth He is belief
Roque is the man and the myth
Also females they dont care
No, but there have been reports of few attacks.
No, there is no record of a cheetah ever killing a human.
Meat eaters - man, wild dogs, foxes