Introduction may have been natural or human
influenced. Species now occurs throughout the state. Hazard to
humans as a vector of disease, notably rabies.
FWC Facts:Flounder begin their lives with eyes on either side of their head. As they grow, one eye migrates so that both eyes are on the same side of the head.
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