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Is a snakehead fish poisonous?

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While the snakehead fish has been said to be delicious, it is also dangerous. The muscle of the snakehead fish, similarly to tuna, is high in mercury. While mercury can be consumed, it should be consumed infrequently. When foods with high levels of mercury are consumed regularly, mercury poisoning can become a reality.

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