Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Invasive Snakehead Fish Here to Stay?

The invasive snakehead fish is invading and maybe here to stay. The exotic creature invaded in 2004 and sportsmen now have a chance to hunt these "Frankenfish". The snakehead fish is a cross between an eel, snake and piranha that grows to three feet long, breathes air and has needle like teeth. They are aggressive, fearsome, and gobble their prey whole. The Frankenfish can be found in almost every creek and tributary from Chesapeake Bay to Washington, D.C. Click here to see a video, pictures and to read more on the snakehead fish.