The lionfish are continuing their slow spread across the ocean as they have been recently found in Miami. Specifically one of them has been found in Biscayne National Park. “The fish was reported by a sport diver last week lurking near a sunken boat used as an artificial reef. The park sent six divers down into the depths to hunt the nine-inch fish with a “Jaws”-live fervor, and an intern hauled it in after two dives. Experts think the fish may have been dumped into the ocean by an aquarium owner or may have traveled in the bilge water of a ship, though the sighting in Miami isn’t the first. Six of the tiny terrors were found in Biscayne Bay after Hurricane Andrew destroyed a tank at a waterfront home.” What do we learn from this? If you keep a lionfish and don’t want it anymore, either give it to a friend who can keep it or dispose of the animal in a cruelty free manner.