By: Eric Jay Dolin
261 pages, Col photos, b/w photos, illus
The story of the invasion of terrified parts of the northeastern US through the summer of 2002 by the ugly, unfriendly south-east Asian snakehead, capable of wrecking fisheries and endangering wildfowl populations. The animal was able to move long distances over land to reach new ponds.
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