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Can a needlefish kill you?

Asked: Axel Herbst, Date Created:

Technically, needlefish are not really dangerous and don't wound you but, if you happen to be on their way you can get a few bites here and there or even worse they can kill you. That's rare though so don't worry. 2 human deaths have been caused by needlefish before the starting year of 2016.

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