Where Do Piranha Live?

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Piranhas live in water such as the Amazon basin, the Sao Francisco River systems, rivers of the Guyanas, the Paraguay-Parana and in the Orinoco. Piranhas are members of the Characidae family in the Characiformes order. They are freshwater fish found in the South American rivers.
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Piranhas live in the rivers of South America.
Piranha's live in the Amazon River. This feared fish can even catch and eat land animals! When an animal comes to the river to get a drink the piranha's grabs them and pulls them into the water to be devoured in minutes.
Piranhas can primarily be found in the South American rivers. Piranhas can also be found in the United States due to collectors. In some states Piranhas have been found living in the wild.
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