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How fear of being eaten might help keep invasive lionfish from taking over reefs

By Nicola S. Smith, Postdoctoral research fellow, Department of Biological Sciences, Simon Fraser University
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The lionfish has few natural predators, and its venomous spines deter potential predators. But there may still be ways to naturally control the growth of this invader’s population.

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