VIDEO: A Grouper Eats a Lionfish

By the Caribbean Journal staff

The invasive lionfish is an increasing problem in the Caribbean, and more and more people continue to devise ways of tackling the problem.

But nature may be working on its own fight against the invasive species.

In what’s believed to be the first documented evidence of its kind, a diver has shot footage of a Nassau grouper making an open water kill and consumption of a lionfish.

The video was shot by Jim Hart, co-founder and executive director of Lionfish University.

Watch the full video to see how it happens:

 

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