Chinese man cooks and eats his pet arowana after it dies, says it’s ‘most expensive fish’ he’s ever eaten
- A man in Henan, China, decided to steam cook his pet arowana, a type of freshwater fish, after it died, feeling it would be a “waste.”
- He purportedly bought the fish three years ago, and it grew from 10 centimeters (approximately 3.9 inches) to about 30 to 40 centimeters (11.8 to 15.7 inches) long.
- After the tank’s water pump malfunctioned for five hours, the arowana died.
- The man described the fish as being fresh and tender while describing it as “the most expensive fish” he has ever eaten.
Feeling that it would be a waste, a man in Henan, China, decided to steam cook and eat his pet silver arowana, describing it as “the most expensive fish” he has eaten.
In a viral video uploaded to Weibo on Friday, the man is seen cooking his once-pet fish, adding various ingredients to a pot including green onions and potatoes. Arowanas are a type of bony freshwater fish and can often cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars.
- A man in China taught his pet husky how to use an electric rice cooker by remotely instructing the dog through a home surveillance system.
- Before going out, the man placed the rice into the electric rice cooker.
- After his errands took longer than expected, the man instructed his husky to turn on the rice cooker through a speaker connected to his surveillance system.
- The man has been training his pet dog since he was a puppy and has taught him to do various tasks such as flushing the toilet and flipping the light switch.
A pet husky in China managed to turn on a rice cooker by following his owner’s remote voice commands given through a surveillance system.
Before leaving his house in Zhejiang Province to get groceries, the man, surnamed Zhou, washed the rice and placed it into the rice cooker. After taking longer than expected to return home, Zhou used his home surveillance system to instruct his pet husky Lucky to turn on the rice cooker.
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The student, who is studying at Guangdong Vocational College of Industry and Commerce in Guangdong, China bought the miniature pig online and she figured that it wouldn’t be that hard to keep the animal a secret from school administrators.
A woman in southern China broke down in tears as her pet dog met a violent end at the hands of a canine-hating neighbor.
The woman, Leewan Zhang, had just come back to her home in Chongqing from California.
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The unnamed pet owner was reportedly very happy with his purchase as he bought the black “puppy” at a fairly cheap price from a dealer.
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The clip, which was shared through Chinese media sharing platform Pear Video, shows the mama pooch as she follows the woman who adopted her puppy.
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