Lionfish: A dangerous poisonous fish that drinks human life
Can you believe some fish, even though they are small to look at, are very dangerous to humans? These fish bite can cause strokes and sometimes even death. One such dangerous fish was first spotted off the coast of Britain. It is a lionfish
Lionfish, a poison that can cause paralysis or death to humans, were first spotted off the coast of Britain. The dangerous thing about this is that it was found in a place where a lot of tourists come. According to The Sun, 39-year-old Arfan Summers caught a 6-inch lionfish. It has 13 vertebrae full of venom.
This species is found in the South Pacific and Indian Oceans, but due to global warming they are now widespread in the Mediterranean Sea. These fish are also very harmful to marine life. Marine biologists say this type of fish reached Britain from Italy.
Lionfish range in length from 5 cm to 45 cm. Up to 1.5 kg. It is highly toxic. If it bites, they will throb with pain. It causes severe pain, shortness of breath and vomiting when bitten. This fish bite can even cause a stroke and sometimes even death.