By: Chandler Muller
Have you ever seen a fish walking on land? There is a fish that does, it is called the walking catfish. The walking catfish can walk on land as long as one hour or more. The walking catfish is only 25 to 40 inches long which is small for a catfish. The walking catfish is gray. They live at the bottom of lakes or in on the top of small ponds. The scientific name is Clarias Batrachus. The walking catfish is torpedo shape with whiskers and a small tail. The walking catfish eat other fish or plants. They will eat their young if they are hungry. They let out toxins that kill plants. In Asia they have a policy 10 cents a fish in a race. They will also feed them poisons so they will die. The walking catfish can spread disease to people. They can go to different places just by walking on land.