Fish have become a pop culture icon as their mysterious underwater world and their unpredictable tendencies and behaviors seem to fascinate adults. Movies like Piranha and The Shape of Water put a spotlight on the intimidating, dangerous but sometimes sweet and tender interaction and relationship between fish and humans.
Have you ever considered that people and piranhas may have a lot in common? Because they do. They have both managed to survive in a cruel world full of bloodthirsty predators. Only if they sense danger, do they attack —do they turn into a predator— in order to survive. It is a myth that piranhas enjoy human flesh: in reality they attack humans only if they feel threatened by them.
Stop falling for myths and scary stories. It is time to swim in the wide ocean, let the waves bring peace and tranquility in your heart and see for yourself who the monster is.