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Needlefish bite

Needlefish bite: Introduction

Needlefish bite: The Needlefish is long-beaked surface fish found in tropical and sub-tropical oceans. The needlefish can deliver a serious bite but has no venom. These fish are attracted to bright lights and can propel themselves out of the water towards the light source. Fisherman have reportedly received puncture wounds when fishing at night with a light. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Needlefish bite is available below.

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Needlefish bite: Complications

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