Lionfish lay seige to Florida's waters – Lionfish have become a serious problem for fishermen in Florida. Their numbers have swelled in recent years impacting the number of lobster they can catch.
Invasive species impacting ecosystem – Native to the Indian and Pacific Oceans, lionfish have no natural predators in Atlantic waters and are impacting the functioning of the reef ecosystem.
Lobster fishermen feeling the pinch – Florida's fisherman are catching more and more each year in their lobster traps.
Lionfish sales fall short of lobster profits – Lobster fisherman Gary Nichols has started selling lionfish, but only gets $12 per kilo as opposed to $16 he would expect to get for the same amount of lobster.
Lionfish spread confounds fisherman – "It's really strange. I mean, having fished all my life, its just hard to believe that in a short space of time something like this can happen," Nichols said.
Cousteau investigates invasive species – Philippe Cousteau prepares to go diving to witness the extent of the lionfish problem in the waters off Florida.
Restaurants serve up idea to combat lionfish – Restaurants have started to serve lionfish in a bid to help the state control the growing numbers of lionfish.