When these 3 to 5 foot catfish in France senses some motion on the shore, they have adapted their behavior to catch pigeons for dinner. They actually come onto the shore to get the birds. Here's a video of a successful catch.
According to the Public Library of Science, the fish have a 28 percent success rate, which is way better than any hunting or fishing I've ever done.
Here's the link to the story:
The video calls these catfish "The Freshwater Killer Whales".
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