The world’s largest catfish, 2.75 m long, was caught by two brothers (video)

This giant fish was caught by twin brothers Dino and Dario Ferrari in the Po River in northern Italy on February 19. It was one of the largest catfish ever made. It took Dino and Dario 40 minutes to catch it. This fish ashore

Reaching 2.75 m in length, this catfish belongs to the Welsh catfish. Which has been called from Italian “River Po”

This catfish weighs up to 127 kg, is 2.75 m long.

After capturing, weighing and photographing it, The Ferrari brothers released it back into the river that flows from northern Italy to the Adriatic Sea.

“It’s a giant catfish. The United States could not afford such a heavy fish. The heaviest is about 50 kilograms only. Looking at the size I think it’s 30 years old, this fish can live up to 50 years,” said Dino Ferrari.

“This fish lives in some river basins. and can only travel a few kilometers They eat all kinds of other fish. You need patience as well as health. We are very excited after 40 minutes with this moпsteг.

Welsh catfish, also known as sheatfish, typically live in fresh and brackish water. Native to Eastern Europe and parts of Western Asia. but was brought to Western Europe. It eats all kinds of fish, worms, crustaceans and frogs.

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