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The spectacular moment three young women caught a live barramundi with their bare hands in floodwaters has been caught on camera. Ms Pindan recorded the video of her two cousins grabbing the fish with their hands, on the stretch of Kimberley water known as 'barramundi heaven'. In a terrifying twist, after stopping to take photos of their impressive catch one of the women spotted a crocodile in the river just metres away from them. The huge cm barramundi pictured was caught off the Fitzroy River in Camballin. The video shows the two women shout and laugh with excitement as Ms Pindan encourages her cousins to carry the fish out from the flood waters. The women run to the fish in the shallows and after a couple of attempted catches from Ms Spinks and Ms Killer, finally manage to grab the barramundi from under its gills and place it onto the dry embankment. The cousins then take turns to pose with the fish, ready to bring the catch home to feed their families a short distance away in the Outback town of Looma.
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A new species of spider, Dolomedes briangreenei , which likes to swim and catch fish, has been discovered in Queensland. It is named after physicist and World Science Festival co-founder, Brian Greene, professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia University. The Brisbane spider is about the size of the palm of a hand and uses vibrations on the surface of the water, or waves, to navigate and find prey.