Belgian scientists found that piranhas bark when upset. "We both visited the hospital," said one of the scientists. "Sandie's finger was nearly cut in half." The team hoped next to discover whether piranhas bark when amorous. | Harper's Magazine

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Belgian scientists found that piranhas bark when upset. “We both visited the hospital,” said one of the scientists. “Sandie’s finger was nearly cut in half.” The team hoped next to discover whether piranhas bark when amorous.

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Belgian scientists found that piranhas bark when upset. “We both visited the hospital,” said one of the scientists. “Sandie’s finger was nearly cut in half.” The team hoped next to discover whether piranhas bark when amorous.

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