Here's my favorite story of the day:
Piranha Attack: Dozens Hurt in Argentina
Dozens of people have been injured in a frenzied attack by a school of piranhas on an Argentinian beach...
More than 60 people were hurt in the Christmas Day attack, including seven children.
Among the wounded was a seven-year-old girl who suffered severe bites to her left hand, according to local newspaper La Capital.
The girl was taken to hospital where she had part of a finger amputated, the newspaper reported.
Most of the victims were bitten on the arms, feet and legs.
Paramedic Gustavo Centurion described the piranhas as "very aggressive".
And now, the punchline:
The attack occurred at a local beach on the banks of the Parana River, in the city of Rosario, central Argentina.
The Parana River.
That should make for a fun conversation with the insurance company.