This snakehead fish, which sports a grill that only a mother could love, has invaded Central Park. This is bad news, because the fish is every bit as vicious as it is ugly. The northern snakehead fish, also known as "fishzilla," can grow to over three-feet long and eats everything in its path. The jaw stretches all the way back to its eyes, and it can operate on land for short periods of time.
If you're unfortunate enough to come across one of these bastards, the Department of Environmental Conservation has issued a stern warning: "If you catch one, DO NOT RELEASE it. Kill it immediately, freeze it and report your catch. Take a digital photo if possible."
So if you're bold enough to tango with a massive enemy that has a massive appetite and is deadly underwater and on the ground, keep in mind that it must be a fight to the death. Afterwards, make sure you take pictures, so everyone knows it was you who conquered the beast.