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Invasive Species Program -- Snakeheads, aquatic invaders

Snakeheads, aggressive airbreathing freshwater fishes that are not native to North America, are considered injurious to certain native North American fish and other aquatic wildlife.

U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2004-3074
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Fish, Freshwater ecosystems, Invasive species
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