By Austin Rumsey
Sea Lampreys, there freaky to some but to others it’s a
murderer. And it lives in the Great Lakes and mainly feeds on one
thing, fish. Yes, these monsters are killing of the fish of the Great
Lakes. They have teamed up with one other invasive species.
Alewives, they are a type of fish that is too small for Lamprey to eat.
Together they have wiped out three kinds of Cisco. The Lamprey
clears out the fish and the Alewives eat their food. When the
Lamprey feeds it doesn’t eat the fish, it sucks the blood and body
fluids with its razor sharp teeth. The Lamprey wasn’t brought here
unintentionally it hooked on to the boats that were passing through
the Atlantic Ocean. And that concludes my report on the Lamprey.
Lampreys live in water. They have big eyes. They have seven gills.
They eat fish. They prey on sports fish. They are very carnivorous.
They are very bad. And that concludes my report on the