5 thoughts on “Northern pike eating a brown trout video

  1. Do fish suffer from exposure to Uriah Heep?
    Fri Jul 20, 2007 10:04AM EDT

    HELSINKI (Reuters) – A Finnish researcher is to study fish in an aquarium while a rock group performs nearby, to see if the sound causes any ill-effects or distress.

    Bands including ageing rockers Uriah Heep will perform on Friday night to about 3,000 fans in a tent just a couple of dozen meters away from the aquarium.

    “I will be looking for any abnormal behavior or activity,” said researcher Mikko Erkinaro.

    The 500,000-litre tank is home to salmon, trout, pike and perch and other species common in Finland’s brackish coastal waters.

    “It could be quite nasty to arrange such an aquarium and a performance venue (so close),” Erkinaro said, “especially when the (band) is a bit old-fashioned.”


  2. Thu, 09 Aug 2007 13:58:25 GMT
    Author : DPA

    Vienna – A 45-year-old Austrian woman appeared to have been the victim of an apparently “confused” pike while swimming in a lake in Upper Austria, the Austrian press agency said Thursday. Austrian media speculated over the perpetrator after the woman reported having been bitten in the hollow of her knee by an unknown creature on Tuesday.

    Reports ruled out the Loch Ness monster and displaced sharks, while the head of the local fishery association, Karl Woegerbauer said he believed an old pike was responsible for the attack.

    He said the fish may have confused the woman’s knee with food and decided to have a bite. Woegerbauer suggested the urgent removal of the particular pike from the lake, which is used extensively by swimmers.


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