A 6-year-old girl was killed by a ravenous group of piranhas in Brazil. The girl was vacationing with her family in the area of Rio Maicuru in the city of Monte Allegre, along the banks of the Amazon river. According to multiple media reports, the girl fell out of a canoe she was in with her grandmother. By the time she was rescued bloodthirsty piranhas has eaten the flesh from her legs. You can watch a video about how vicious the fish can be here:. There will be no charges of negligence in her death, which occurred on January
Brazilian girl, 6, 'eaten' by piranhas and found dead
Piranhas Kill 6-Year-Old Girl by Eating Her Legs | hellojenuine.com
The girl, named Adrila Muniz as reported by Brazilian news channel Globo, was with four other children and her grandmother in the boat during a family holiday. Adverse weather caused it to turn over and the children were plunged into the water in Monte Alegre, Brazilian newspaper Ariquemes Agora reports. The others were saved by the grandmother, however the girl was not reached in time and a pool of blood and a shoal of piranha fish were spotted around her. The girl is pictured in extremely graphic images in various Brazilian news reports with completely exposed bones from below her hips after the attack by the fish with razor-sharp teeth.
Piranhas Kill 6-Year-Old Girl by Eating Her Legs
Adrila Muniz was found dead with almost all of the flesh stripped from her legs following the deadly attack in Brazil. A six-year-old girl has been found dead after being attacked by a huge shoal of deadly piranha fish. Adrila Muniz was in a canoe with her grandmother and four other children when it suddenly capsized during a ferocious storm. Her desperate grandmother pulled the other children back into the boat but was unable to reach Adrila. Almost all of the flesh had been stripped from her legs following an attack by piranhas.
Hundreds of swimmers in Brazil are being warned to stay out of the water following a spate of attacks by shoals of deadly piranha, which has left more than 50 people injured in just over a month. Unsuspecting tourists have had chunks of flesh bitten out of their hands and feet as drought conditions in the South American country force the lethal predators to migrate from their natural habitat to deeper waters packed with holidaymakers. Three children were among the casualties as people took to the waters to cool off during the hot holiday weekend. A four-year-old boy had a chunk taken out of his heel.