Snakehead Fish In Maryland: Catch and Get A Reward

Filed in Animals, Animals and Nature, Featured, United States by on April 8, 2012 0 Comments

The snakeheads are members of the freshwater perciform fish family Channidae, native to Africa and Asia. But how come does these kind of fish become invasive in the fresh water in USA? They are a top predator that’s why Maryland Department of Natural Resources Inland Fisheries Director Don Cosden told Fox News that they don’t want snakeheads in their eco-system. They make sure that it will be out of their waters as soon as possible. Thus, this problem is not solved overnight, they are highly aware that they will need a lot of effort to diminish the existence of snakeheads in their waters.

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Don Cosden, Director of Maryland DNR, said in a statement that they “do not want snakeheads in our waters.” and giving $200 gift cards to those who are able to catch and kill snakehead fish “is a way to remind anglers that it is important to catch and remove this invasive species of fish.”



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