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Why are snakeheads illegal in the US?

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Since 2002, it has been illegal to possess a live snakehead in many US states, where they are considered a destructive invasive species. ... Northern snakehead fish can spread by swimming underwater and are also capable of breathing out of the water to move short distances on land.

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