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    • *knowledge of the entire universe and mii theme intensifies*
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    • Catfish naturally grow to huge sizes, but fishing typically kills them before they're anywhere near full grown. The reason Chernobyl catfish are big is because they're away from fishers and were able to live longer lives.
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    • Tzar fish
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    • I would tell you all about them but I don’t want to Borya
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    • You can get some big fillet of those. Just saying, a bit of rad-away after dinner and you'll be fine
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    • Some catfish actually get that big without radiation
      gajkyl19 2 jun
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    • Catfish get huge if in the right environment, usually if they’re the invasive species and they have no predators. We have some HUGE ones in Oklahoma. One of our aquariums has one that could probably eat a person easily.
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    • No but wels catfish are fucking scary, the largest ones are like the size of male great whites n these things have a bite, their teeth are like a bed of tiny needles and their bite is so strong that a diver once has his hand wrenched off by one because of the sheer force they can exert
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    • Catfish dont need radiation to get that big
      Gabi_17 1 jun
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    • Residents of the Chernobyl pond are wels catfish (Silurus glanis), a species known to reach gargantuan proportions across much of its range. Not due to radiation.
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    • Borya? Isn't that the sound ganondorf makes when he side smashes?
      ToonItUp 2 jun
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    • People do understand that even without radiation some catfish get up to like, 8.5 feet long and weigh about 600lbs, right?
      Stagway 1 jun
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    • _WAR 1 jun
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    • Fun fact, although Chernobyl catfish are indeed large, they are stunted for their age by radiation. Ie a 10 year old is the size of a 5 year old which is still pretty big. (Learned from river monsters)
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    • Catfish are of the carp family, which grow until their food supply won't let them. They've eaten well for years.
      Dase420 1 jun
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    • Some of u apparently never watched river monsters growing up and it shows
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    • Fun fact, the Chernobyl catfish are actually smaller than they should be. Studies on them conclude that most are only half the size they should be for their age.
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    • Do people not know that catfish can already get this big? Fucking city slickers...
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    • Has nothing to do with radiation catfish get this big naturally
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    • Chernobyl is pretty much a wildlife sanctuary
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    • That catfish would fucking eat someone
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    • Okay let me remember why they got so big— they just don’t have any predators but lots of water space? Idk I can’t totally remember
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    • They never stop growing and no fisherman to catch them
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    • Not the rads. A combination of no predators and tourists being given ritzs to feed them, they just get BIG.
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    • They’re actually smaller than they should be due to the radiation stunting growth. Sorry Godzilla fans. Saw it on river monsters.
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    • That's a bitch catfish. Why dont you go to the Mississippi river and catch one twice its size.
      Big_Ham 5 jun
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    • T Z A R F I S H
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    • It’s a town full of Free houses if your thug enough. Might want to pop a rad-x tho..
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    • Tahm Kench
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    • W I D E
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    • Try Googling Mekong catfish, they're said to grow big enough to swallow children whole
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    • Cat fish can naturally get this big. They are also considered an invasive species.
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    • ik y'all saw that episode of River monsters
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    • catfish don’t need radiation to get that big.
      yopert 1 jun
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    • The radiation isn’t important. Catfish just get huge without predators. Ones on the Ganges can eat children
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    • Those look like whales but the real ones are only two meters long, and it’s not a matter of them being mutated at all it’s just that they have no predators and tourists feed them all day
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    • Isn't that the sound that ganondorf makes when he forward smashes??
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    • They’re not even big from the radiation, the just don’t have predators so they get LARGE
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    • That’s the sound Ganandorf makes when he uses his forward smash
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    • Wells catfish can grow that big anywhere. Just watch river monsters, that man Jeremy wade can tell you all about them
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    • River monsters was the shit tho
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    • Anyone else here watch River Monsters?
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    • The radiation actually made these catfish significantly smaller than they otherwise would be. Source: river monsters
      Thrism 1 jun
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    • It's actual natural for some catfish to grow this size.
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    • "With no natural predators or humans to keep them in check while the fish populations keep increasing they just keep growing"
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    • For the record, they arent nit because of radiation, it's because they have no competition and grow freely
      Toewoe 1 jun
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    • They're big because they have no predators
      Forsakei 1 jun
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    • People commenting on here are coocoo, the majority of wels catfish in Chernobyls cooling ponds have stunted growth, old fish are the size of an average 5 year old fish, though their deformities can get interesting.
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    • Without any predators catfish just keep growing.
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    • This isn’t because of radiation it’s because catfish continue to grow if they don’t get eaten or caught
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    • Look up the dire wolves of Chernobyl
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    • That is a normal catfish it just lives in cherynobyl
      iFunyAds 3 jun
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    • When they were building the dam in columbia, al theu found huge catfish like that too. Said they were the size of sharks
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    • Unbench the Kench
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    • What's the other ones name?
      mrprobs 2 jun
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    • Can I get a SmUsh Ganondorf Borya meme?
      LtWyvern 2 jun
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    • Here in Texas lake Waco, they sent divers down to inspect the base of the dam. They found catfish the size of a Volkswagen bug or bigger, they are bottom feeders and sit there and wait for the dam to open up and eat everything they can. They could swallow a full grown man though.
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    • Who the fuck argues about shipping? UPS employees?
      BilINye 1 jun
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    • Catfish grow that big without any added substance they grow to the provided space and food available top comment is right but wrong they can be full grown at like half a foot it's not because of fishing that stops them from growing large it's because they live in an area that has plenty of food and
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    • Jeremy Wade from River Monsters fished really close to the reactor on the show. The fish that were that close to the reactor actually had stunted growth and were only half the size they were supposed to be.
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    • Praise be to the Tsar fish.
      Sguig 1 jun
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    • bruh that's the tsar fish
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    • Anyone ever see the movie "The Big Fish" with John Goodman? Great heart story tale
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    • Catfish will get that big regardless
      Nimrod01 1 jun
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    • The tsar-fish
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    • They’re hella big bc there are no natural predators that are killing them anymore so they simply.. grew
      leavee 1 jun
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    • It’s not radiation. Most fish, amphibians, lizards, and snakes are also indeterminate growers...they grow to the size of their environment and food supply. If they aren’t fished/hunted or a meal for their predator and they have a food supply and space to grow, they don’t stop growing.
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    • Time to start River Monsters back up again.
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    • Aren’t cat fish an invasive species that don’t stop growing as long as they have enough food?
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    • More monkee
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    • Its the fish from Metro Exodus
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    • not to argue but UPS Ground is seriously $60.13 to ship a 7-lb packaging like are you kidding me
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    • Hey...guess what. Satan.
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    • Borya is the best
      Alycatz 1 jun
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    • Delicious... Bread Cajun Spices and Deep Fried
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    • No scale for reference, tho
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    • The radiation will eat your skin doen to your muscle and nerves
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    • Are you sure that isn’t a Wells Catfish- a huge species that is fairly common in parts of Europe and Asia, growing to around 15 feet in captivity but sometimes larger in the wild
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    • Borya? I barely know ya!
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    • There is cat fish in parts of Asia that get big enough that they eat child whole
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    • Damn thing looks like the fish boss from RE4.
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    • Yeah, but they radioactive as hell
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    • Ivan, get the fishing rod
      Dill_Nye 4 jun
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    • But it isnt big from radiation, its big bc all their natural predators died off and they could grow as big as they wanted
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    • These are wels catfish, they can grow up to 700 pounds in their 50 year lifespan
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    • They look like the fucking tzar fish from metro exodus
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    • Is absolute unit still relevant? Because they're definitely some of them.
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    • Why is Chernobyl becoming the meme now? Someone please inform me
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    • gonna say those r wels catfish normal cat fish grow huge but wels catfish can grow at alarming rates and live up to 60 years
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    • Thanos fish
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    • Wales catfish are bigger, the radiation stunts their growth
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    • Ganondorf pulls out is giant ass sword and yells "BORYA"
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    • Is that what ganondorf says?
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    • All hail the Tsar Fish
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    • That one catfish from metro exodus
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