Biologists from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department tweeted that they caught a haul of these fish, and they're apparently no good for the bayous.
They warn that you shouldn't release the species back into the water because they're so destructive.
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They explain that the catfish dig burrows, "which destabilize banks, increase erosion, and increase water turbidity."
.@Cody_is_Cray Armored Catfish dig burrows like these which destabilize banks, increase erosion, and increase water turbidity. They also out-compete and overwhelm native species of fish. pic.twitter.com/Ql0hEUggnF— TPWD Fishing (@TPWDfish) December 7, 2017
Biologists have discovered some interesting finds lately. Earlier this week, they pointed out saltwater fish are swimming in Brays Bayou.