Fifers are being reassured that a bizarre-looking fish spotted in the Forth is not a deadly piranha. Dozens of the razor-toothed creatures have been spotted in the water in recent weeks, prompting concerns of a dangerous newcomer in Scotland's waters.
However, experts have now identified the mysterious shoals as harmless Ray's bream. Staff from Deep Sea World were called in when one of the fish was washed up on the beach at North Queensferry. The fish can measure up to a metre and are normally found in water up to a kilometre deep.
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