Asian bullseye snakeheads, a razor-toothed freshwater fish that eats almost anything, was first found in a Broward County canal and has since spread to southern Palm Beach County. State wildlife biologists are trying to keep it from spreading into the Everglades.
Asian bullseye snakeheads, a razor-toothed freshwater fish that eats almost anything, was first found in a Broward County canal and has since spread to southern Palm Beach County. State wildlife biologists are trying to keep it from spreading into the Everglades. Joe Rimkus JR Miami Herald Staff
Asian bullseye snakeheads, a razor-toothed freshwater fish that eats almost anything, was first found in a Broward County canal and has since spread to southern Palm Beach County. State wildlife biologists are trying to keep it from spreading into the Everglades. Joe Rimkus JR Miami Herald Staff

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