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Working a local dive site in an effort to preserve reef fish habitat. The Lionfish consumes massive quanaties of small reef fish each day. A single lionfish can lay up to 30,000 eggs per month. They are venomous and if you are pinched the pain is unbearable. Although venomous, they are safe for human consumption and very good to eat.


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VIDEO: Island Divers Belize-Lionfish Team Diving



Local Diving for Lionfish, Belize Barrier Reef

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VIDEO: Lionfish Hunt, Sponsored Dive

You can assist with our efforts to create awareness of Lionfish reef habitat destruction by sponsoring a dive.



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