Re: NANFA-- FW: Snakehead Advisory Panel : Report on the web
Wed, 31 Jul 2002 00:46:45 EDT

In a message dated 7/30/02 11:36:21 PM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

Super bowfins superior bite strength could hold the tail of any leaving
snakehead, then side kick dogfish and cypress trout would grasp on to other
areas of the villians body and do death rolls and tear it to pieces.. Ever
seen one power up? Their fins glow a luminent green and the oscellus on the
tail glows orange.

Seriously, I don't know if the adults do this , but the young do, sorry site
the fish that thought it was too big to be eaten. And that is the thing, the
snakeheads have to be able to escape something that hunts night and day, top
to bottom, no matter the temperature of the water, moonphases, strength of
sun, pounding of rain and hail, flashes of lightening.
Just nuke'm get it over with, a one kiloton tactical nuke should do the trick!

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