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How the Northern Snakehead can Disrupt the US Economy

The Merkle Friday, 11 October 2019 ()
How the Northern Snakehead can Disrupt the US EconomyInvasive animal species can cause their own set of problems down the line. As far as snakehead fish are concerned, they are pretty common in the Georgia region. Some species, however, can pose a genuine problem. The one in question here is capable of breathing air and survive on land. More importantly, it has the potential to disrupt the US economy if left unchecked.  The Northern Snakehead Species For those unfamiliar with different species of fish, a brief explanation is warranted. The northern snakehead is a species not native to Georgia or most other US regions today. In fact, it

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True facts about the Northern Snakehead fish. The snakehead fish is recently discovered in Georgia on land. Why does Georgia and wildlife officials want you to kill them. Find out with true facts about the Northern Snakehead fish?

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