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Divers find lionfish off the Bahamas

A juvenile lionfish found by divers off the coast of the Bahamas surveyed its new home at the New England Aquarium. A spokesman said the venomous fish may now be breeding in the Atlantic Ocean.
A juvenile lionfish found by divers off the coast of the Bahamas surveyed its new home at the New England Aquarium. A spokesman said the venomous fish may now be breeding in the Atlantic Ocean. (Globe Staff Photo / Bill Greene) Globe Staff Photo / Bill Greene
May 5, 2006

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A juvenile lionfish, which is native to the Pacific and Indian Oceans, was found by divers recently off the coast of the Bahamas, a sign that the venomous fish may now be breeding in the Atlantic Ocean, according to a spokesman from the New England Aquarium. (Full article: 189 words)

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