A massive fish that was likely to be consumed by the masses in the UK is now thought to be in danger.
The “dangerous” fish, the species of Crappie, was discovered in a tank in the United States, according to a report from the Environmental Health Authority.
Researchers at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) say they’re not sure if the fish was accidentally caught or if it was accidentally released.
The report says the species is highly contagious and has been detected in the US for at least two years.
It also says it has been caught in UK waters.
The CDC says it is concerned about the potential for the Crappies to be introduced into the UK.
“It is highly likely that these species can be introduced to the UK by fishing or commercial aquaculture practices, or by human-to-human contact, including contact with people who are not certified as fishkeepers,” the report says.
“It could be the result of the introduction of these species to the U.K. as an invasive species.”
Crappie can grow up to eight metres (23 feet) long and can weigh up to 1,000kg (2,300lb).
They’re also known as the “lobster king” or “lubber king”.
The fish can grow to a size of up to 10 metres (33 feet) in length.
Its colour ranges from pink to grey.
The species can also be found in freshwater and saltwater habitats.
They can grow in areas with moderate levels of pollution, which could be because of human activity.
The Environmental Health Agency has said that people should not attempt to capture or eat Crappys.
However, there have been reports of people attempting to catch and eat Crapps in other parts of the world.
Crappies are a popular fish in British waters, and have been spotted on the shores of the UK at least twice.
The crappies have also been spotted in the Netherlands and Switzerland.
There have also reportedly been reports in Italy, Austria and Belgium of Crappy sightings.
But experts say they are unlikely to become widespread.
Dr Richard Williams, an expert on aquacultural management at the University of Kent, said it was unlikely the crappys would cause any problems in the U, or the UK, because of the amount of fish that had been caught.
“These are species that are already here and it’s just going to be a matter of time until they make their way to a fish tank and they start eating a lot of the fish,” he said.
“There is a limit to the size that a species can take.
So it is unlikely that it would cause a problem.”
Crappy’s habitat is in shallow, shallow waters.