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How long can snakeheads live out of water?

Asked: Thomas Pigeon, Date Created:

Four days Because snakeheads are obligate air-breathers, they can live in poorly-oxygenated stagnant water. Out of water, they can survive for up to four days. The juveniles can migrate overland.

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