Invasive lionfish making Florida home
OK, it's time to ramp up the harvest efforts. Start marketing them as an aphrodisiac and penis enlargement supplement.
"These fish really stay put, at least in our system," Zachary Jud, a marine scientist at Florida International University, said. "We've had some fish that stayed in the same spot for months. The greatest distance some moved was a couple hundred feet."
Because adult lionfish tend to stay in one place, efforts to keep down their numbers by capturing or spearing them have been successful.
And remember, THEY TASTE GOOD! (But mind the spines).