Frankenstein type fish: Can we believe this coming from Yahoo news?

As Frankensteirn's monster could live outside the laboratory, this fish is reported to live outside the water. [Pic attributed to Ed Wray / AP]

As Frankenstein’s monster could live outside the laboratory, this fish is reported to live outside water. It is also subject to being hunted down and killed, such as was Frankenstein. [Pic attributed to Ed Wray / AP]

Is this some type of conspiracy theory being disseminated by the liberal Yahoo.com news?

“Invasive predator fish that can live outside water hunted in Central Park” – news.yahoo.com/

Excerpt:

<<<<<< Environmental officials are set to conduct a survey of a Central Park lake for the northern snakehead, an invasive predator fish that can live out of water for days.

According to the Toronto Star, New York’s Dept. of Environmental Conservation is asking that anglers fishing the man-made Harlem Meer secure the razor-toothed fish in a container and alert park staffers, or call 311.

The snakehead species, native to Asia and Russia, has no natural predators and is illegal in most U.S. states. But federal agents have uncovered illegal snakehead selling operations in several states, including New York, Texas, Florida and Missouri. And the so-called “Frankenfish” was recently spotted in the Central Park lake, leading environmental officials to order the survey. …… >>>>>>  – news.yahoo.com/

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Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel

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