Jeremy Wade in Animal Planet program "River Monsters", in which he travels the world and catches the largest river fish.
A close relative of the piranha - skumbrievidny gidrolik, which is often called "fish-vampire" because of its long tusks, which can be up to 15 cm in length. It lives in the Orinoco River in Venezuela.
68-pound Arapaima caught in Lake Rio Madeira in Brazil.
Freshwater sawfish, which grows to 6 meters in length and weigh up to 180 kg.
A huge Siamese carp from the Mekong River. And this is not an adult individual. It can grow to three meters and weigh up to 300kg, making it one of the largest freshwater fish on the planet.
Large freshwater stingray. This 180-pound fish was the largest, which Jeremy Wade managed to catch.
Terapon-Goliath - a distant relative of the piranha, found in the Congo River in the heart of Africa.
73-pound catfish from northern India. This fish was 1.5 meters from head to tail, 1 meter in diameter, and a big tail of 1.1 m
Protopter. The largest specimen can reach 2 meters in length.
Crustacean pike caught in the river Trinity, Texas.
Catfish vundu, which can reach 1 meter in length, and its maximum weight is 54 kg.
New Zealand eel, which can reach 1.5 meters in length.
Nile perch. Can grow to 1.8 meters in length and weighing up to 225 kg.
Black piranha - the largest of the 40 known species of piranhas.
Similar to the prehistoric fish, catfish from the Orinoco River, known in these parts called Kuyu-Kuyu. It can reach a meter in length and 18 kg weight. In the back of the fish's body it has processes that support the caudal fin, which is why she is like a fish-battleship from another era.
Krasnobryuhy pacu piranha belongs to the genus, but in contrast to their counterparts fed mainly on insects and vegetation. It uses its large, similar to human teeth for cracking nuts, seeds and razrubaniem sea grasses and other food sources.
Short-tailed river stingray. Usually grows to 1.5 m in diameter, and weighs over 200 kg.
Catfish weighing 74 kg and a length of 2.2 m
White sturgeon - the largest and most primitive freshwater fish of North America. The largest in the history of the sturgeon was more than 6 m in length and weighed nearly 800 lbs.