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A man purchased two Northern Snakeheads to make a traditional soup Man ended up just putting the fish in a tank He later released the two snakeheads into a local pond
Crofton, Maryland is where the snakehead was first caught in May 2002 It was caught in pond where the man confessed to releasing the two fish two years earlier
JuneJuly A second adult snakehead was caught in the Crofton pond A fisheries biologist and a angler caught about 12 juveniles in the same pond This meant that the snakeheads were reproducing
In August 2002 Fisheries Services treated the pond ◦ Diquat Dibromide and Glyphosate ◦ Rotenone was added to the pond two weeks later
Sharp teeth Larger and protruded jaw Dorsal fin has rays Anal fin has rays
Post-larvae feed on plankton Juveniles ◦ Crustaceans ◦ Fish larvae
Crustaceans Frogs Aquatic insects Fish ◦ Perch ◦ Carp ◦ Bream
Slow moving water Stagnant bodies of water Muddy streams Muddy substrate with vegetation Bury themselves in the mud
Maximum size- 33 inches Males are usually larger then females Males have a higher dorsal fin
Pets ◦ Out grow tank ◦ Placed in ponds Food Market ◦ Illegally import snakeheads for consumers
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