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Snakehead Fish Panic Prompts GA to Order Fishermen to Kill Them All

TMZ.com Thursday, 10 October 2019 ()
A terrifying species -- known as the snakehead fish (yes, it's as scary looking as it sounds) -- has Georgia fishermen on high alert, and they've been ordered to KILL ON SIGHT!!! Georgia wildlife officials put out the word about the killer fish…
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News video: Invasive Fish That Can Breath Air, Survive on Land Found in Georgia

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Georgia’s Department of Natural Resources says to "kill it immediately" if you see one. The northern snakehead can survive up to four days on land, allowing it to move to new bodies of water and negatively impact native species in the area.

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