Killer shrimp, reservoir in East Anglia
A Dikerogammarus villosus or a killer shrimp was found in a reservoir of East Anglia. The anglers men, who belong to East Anglia, are warned over killer shrimp. They are being advised to be cautious after found out a killer shrimp.
Although, all is going right but it have a great danger that an invasive predator has the possibility to reduce biodiversity by destroying native wildlife of Manx rivers. So, they need to do everything to protect native wildlife. Anglers of East Anglia suggested to bring the killer shrimp into the island and asked to take precautionary measures like cleansing up all fishing gears.
A spokesperson informed people that its habitat is rock-strewn with speedy flow of water and the island would be exposed to being attacked or harmed. The freshwater killer shrimp has characteristics of distinctive striped appearance, has 3 spikes on its back and can reach up to 3cm in length. It is inedible.
At the Grafham Water reservoir in Cambridge shire, it was speckled by anglers and sent to the Environment Agency for identification.