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Kill to Save or Save to Kill: Assessing Ethical Principles on Eradication of Invasive Pterois Volitans and Pterois Miles (Lionfish) in South East Coast of United States and Caribbean Region
International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
The Pterois volitans (red lionfish) and Pterois miles (devil firefish) invasion poses unprecedented threat to biodiversity. The invasive lionfish has become an impending threat to native fish communities, human health, and fisheries resources. The specie has caused extensive impacts, harming native ecosystems in its new habitat waters of US south east coast and Caribbean coastal water. Their role in the food chain still remains vague as their dietary habits are unbiased and generally difficultdoi:10.21275/art20202565 fatcat:5l3uyiey7zg6llhgwrwabt5nbi