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Dinosaur Land co-owner Max Leight, right, and family

Dinosaur Land co-owner Max Leight, right, and family

Italian fisherman Dino Ferrari landed what could potentially be a world record wels catfish in Italy's Po Delta. Ferrari's fish measured an incredible 8.7 feet in length and weighed 280 pounds. The...

Italian fisherman catches monstrous 280-pound catfish

Italian fisherman Dino Ferrari landed what could potentially be a world record wels catfish in Italy's Po Delta. Ferrari's fish measured an incredible 8.7 feet in length and weighed 280 pounds. The...

World record: catching a real monster fish. not fictional anymore

World record: catching a real monster fish. not fictional anymore

This is a catfish. it lives in freshwater bodies of water. They don't usually get this big but it looks pretty awesome. A catfish usually stays towards the bottom of a body of water so it can stay cool. It eats bugs and small fish at times.

This is a catfish. it lives in freshwater bodies of water. They don't usually get this big but it looks pretty awesome. A catfish usually stays towards the bottom of a body of water so it can stay cool. It eats bugs and small fish at times.

Fisherman opts to keep massive, 231-pound halibut Given option of a free fishing trip to release fish, angler Dirk Whitsitt decides to take fish home; takes three shots from a .38 special to subdue trophy fish

Fisherman opts to keep massive, 231-pound halibut

Fisherman opts to keep massive, 231-pound halibut Given option of a free fishing trip to release fish, angler Dirk Whitsitt decides to take fish home; takes three shots from a .38 special to subdue trophy fish

A British fisherman while searching for a river monster for seven years finally was successful with the River Ebro near Barcelona, Spain.  He caught a 206 pound albino catfish. The fish was over eight feet long. This beats the record for the largest fish ever caught by 10 pounds.  Once a few pictures were taken the fish was returned to the river.

Fisherman Sets World Record by Catching Eight-Foot, 206-Pound Albino Catfish

A British fisherman while searching for a river monster for seven years finally was successful with the River Ebro near Barcelona, Spain. He caught a 206 pound albino catfish. The fish was over eight feet long. This beats the record for the largest fish ever caught by 10 pounds. Once a few pictures were taken the fish was returned to the river.

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