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Divers Fight the Invasive Lionfish In Greece

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Spearfishing Life

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The Lionfish is invading Greece's coastal waters, harming native wildlife and habitat.
This non-native species has venomous spines, lacks natural predators, and is able to reproduce quickly,
which allows it to dominate other fish species that compete for resources.

Spearfishing Life organized the 2nd Lionfish Removal in Greece, helping researchers from the Hellenic Center for Marine Research,
catch the fish to learn more about its biology and develop ways to control the population.

Enjoy the video, Join the Fight!

 
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