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  1. Most snakehead fish will avoid contact with humans. In captivity, many will actually act shy around people. However, when guarding their eggs or young, they can become aggressive if approached. One species, the giant snakehead (Channa micropeltes) native to southeastern Asia, has been reported to be aggressive toward humans who got too close.
  2. Oct 25,  · Giant Squid - Cenotes () Tongue Stones (Megaptera Megachasmacarcharias) Mating Scars (Isurus Metridium) Snakehead (Channidae Erectus) Figura Serpentinata (Pycnopodia Sapien)
  3. Feb 24,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Cenotes (Troglocambarus maclanei) · Giant Squid Cenotes - EP ℗ Translation Loss Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  4. The snakeheads are members of the freshwater perciform fish family Channidae, native to parts of Africa and Asia. These elongated, predatory fish are distinguished by their long dorsal fins, large mouths, and shiny teeth. They breathe air with gills, which .
  5. Snakeheads (family Channidae) are airbreathing freshwater fishes containing two genera, Channa with 26 species native to Asia, Malaysia, and Indonesia; and Parachanna with 3 species native to tropical Africa. Some snakeheads are small, reaching about 17 centimeters, but most are much larger, the largest reported to be meters in length.
  6. Based on the biogeographic range and distribution of snakehead species and genera, it seems apparent that substantial genetic and evolutionary diversity within the Channidae remains to be described. The results substantiate a growing body of work indicating that DNA barcodes can be used to discriminate between various channid species, shown to.
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  8. Dwarf snakehead is a term coined by aquarists to describe a group of Channa snakehead fishes growing to about 25 cm (10 in) maximum. They are found in freshwater habitats (often streams) in South and Southeast Asia, and southern China. The following snakeheads belong to this group: Channa andrao.

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