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What We Can Do
LION FISH MARKING AND MITIGATION
The lionfish, native to the Indo-Pacific region, has infiltrated its way into US and Caribbean waters. Their introduction is believed to be a result of hurricanes and tank releases during the early 1990’s. Lionfish are voracious carnivores that consume many other indigenous fish species and, if left unchecked, can kill three-quarters of a reef's fish population. The invasion of the non-native lionfish poses a major threat to the coral reef systems. Crew 3000 has been active in marking lionfish locations and will organize future lionfish hunts and cookouts (sweet and light meat).
Lion Fish Mitigation: What We Do
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