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Frankenfish Becoming More Common in Mississippi
The first known northern snakehead in Mississippi in 2017 now the invasive species is becoming more common place in Mississippi waterways.

The northern snakehead earned its nickname from its creepy appearance and unique ability to survive on land. It's considered an invasive species due its potential to compete with native species for food and habitat.

The fish has been found in at least 14 states in the U.S., and officials have told people to shoot it on sight.

 
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