With a body length of up to 2.4m and weighing up to 110kg, the giant catfish hunted by Spanish fishermen recently deserves the name of a river water monster.
Recently, fishermen fishing on the Segre river in the municipality of Mequinenza, Zaragoza province, Aragon, Spain are extremely surprised to catch a giant catfish.
This catfish has a body length of up to 2.4m and weighs 110kg.
According to the fishermen who caught this giant catfish, it deserves to be called a water monster because its body length is up to 2.4m and weighs 110kg.
To be able to control this giant fish, it takes the strength of four healthy men, but it is still very difficult because the fish is strong and persistent.
According to Peter Irwin, 37, he and his friends spent nearly an hour to control the fish and bring it to shore.
This catfish is also considered to be the biggest catfish caught in Spain.
According to the research, catfish is identified by pairs of whiskers like cat whiskers and characteristic slippery skin. Depending on the species, the catfish family has many different sizes. Compared to the average size of catfish set only about 1.6 m to 1.9m, its length is really rare in the wild environment.