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Invasive snakehead fish can survive on land, anglers urged to 'kill it'

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The Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division confirmed someone found a northern snakehead Georgia.
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An invasive fish species that can breathe air and survive on land has been found in Georgia and state wildlife officials are urging people to “kill it immediately” if they see one. Katie Johnston reports.

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