Highly Aggressive 'Frankenfish' Spotted In The Catskills

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Because murder hornets weren't enough, an invasive species nicknamed 'Frankenfish' have been spotted in the Delaware River in the southern Catskills. They're known for wiping out other fish species like trout. Plus, they can leave the water and crawl on land to other bodies of water. Seriously.

The real name is the Northern Snakehead, but their ability to travel on land got it the Frankenfish nickname. They can grow to almost three feet in length.

If you happen to catch one, the US Parks Service says to kill it, freeze it and notify them immediately.

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