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Northern snakehead

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  • 1. Payton H. Invasive Species
  • 2.  Non-native to the ecosystem Causes environmental or human harm Disrupts ecosystem processes Doesn’t naturally occur in a specific area
  • 3.  People brought them to the United States and put them in rivers, lakes and ponds Spreading in Arkansas, Mississippi, Maryland and California
  • 4.  Disrupts ecosystem Eats fish and snakes Is a nature threat Threat to native wildlife Carries a disease called Red Spot Disease
  • 5.  Native ranges are China, Russia and Korea First report of the snakehead came from California in 1997 Injurious to wildlife Highly Invasive
  • 6.  Snakeheads movement are almost impossible to predict Can survive in a wide range of temperature Land traveling abilities allow it to jump across rivers
  • 7. http://anstaskforce.gov/spoc/snakehead.php http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northern_snakeheadhttp://fishwild.vt.edu/snakeheads/Facts.html#03
  • 8. Invasive Species

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