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Lionfish: Eating the Enemy

Lionfish: Eating the Enemy

Eleuthera is the birthplace of the Bahamas and was once noted as the pineapple capital of the world, but this authentic Bahamian island is also known for the invasive species, lionfish—an angelic-like fish identified for its reddish-brown zebra stripes and 18 venomous spines.

"If we don't get a handle on the lionfish population, I believe native species have the potential to become endangered or extinct."

As reported on the PASTE magazine website - READ MORE

Last modified onWednesday, 14 June 2017 05:50
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