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BRAVE DIVER FEEDS SHARKS DEADLY FISH

A diver attempts to control rising numbers of lionfish by feeding the venomous species to Caribbean reef sharks. Underwater guides off the coast of Cuba are attempting to reduce numbers of the beautiful but deadly lionfish by feeding them to sharks. The species possess venom in their fin rays, which makes them excellent predators and a threat to fishermen and divers. The capture and delivery of the lionfish was photographed by French marine biologist Mathieu Foulquie, 40, of Montpellier, France, during a trip to the Gardens of the Queen National Marine Park, a popular tourist destination in Cuba.

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