Lion Fish Control

Lion Fish are a species endemic to the Pacific, but due to human intervention, particularly their use in aquariums, they have entered the Atlantic in the early 90s. Since then, they have affected almost all Caribbean islands, reducing local biodiversity by up to 80%. The cause of this plague is the lack of predation. Humans must play an intervening role in the control of Lion Fish and save local fish populations from extinction.

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Controlling Lion Fish Invasion in the Caribbean

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