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January 03, 2014
Cast a line for one of the most popular freshwater fishes in Florida.
The animal remained within facility's 10-ft. perimeter fence, never posing immediate risk to public.
FWC Facts:American eels are considered to be catadromous, which means they live in fresh water and go to the sea to spawn.
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