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Caption: Non-native, invasive and venemous Volitans Lionfish (Pterois volitans) on the wreck of the U-352, a German submarine sunk by the US Coast Guard during World War II. Originally from the Indo-Pacific, the lionfish is fully established along the east coast of the US, from Florida to Long Island, NY.

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