The Lionfish Takeover Could Get Worse

In warmer waters, the invasive predator eats more efficiently, gluttonously, and frequently.

Working from the Cape Eleuthera Institute in the Bahamas, Clay Steell found that compared to other fish, lionfish are “more built for digestion than for swimming.” While most other species need to work to avoid predators, the spiny fish can kick back and digest.

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