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.
Jim Corbett is the author of the book Man - Eaters of Kumaon
That really depends on WHICH man you bespeak.
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
The cast of Man-Eaters of Madagascar - 2001 includes: Lance Lewman as Narrator