The frogfish is the world’s most efficient invasivore
It's still hot to be an invasivore, chowing down on invasive species to help balance the ecosystem. Cleveland even had a food festival showcasing ways to prepare the delicious-sounding invasive plant garlic mustard. (This is going out on a limb, but … maybe use it as a condiment?) But the lionfish is a particularly pesky (and potentially tasty) species, with its own "eat this fish to local extinction, please" campaign from NOAA.
Well, this frogfish clearly read our piece about a "menu for invasivores," which included lionfish ceviche. And he decided to skip the slicing and marinating and just inhale the thing, whole, in one blink-and-you-miss-it gulp. (The funniest thing about this video is that the actual eating takes like a nanosecond, and the rest is just the frogfish looking pleased with itself.) Take note, invasivore wannabes.
Frogfish eats Lionfish, Sea Monster.
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