Invader Danger

lionfish

I wrote a song about an invasive species of fish a few years ago called “Invader Danger”. Lionfish were found in the Caribbean and Bermuda a few years after they had escaped an aquarium in Florida.  All the lionfish in the Atlantic can be traced back to these six fish!  They eat many smaller fish in the coral reefs and have next to no predators. The population in the Pacific are kept in check by a species of whale that you don’t get in the Atlantic.  If you see lionfish on the menu please eat them so we can keep the coral reefs beautiful and full of fish.

I got all the children in Key Stage 1 to sing this song and they loved it.  It has a klezmer feel to it and the children like the bit where it slows down the most.  Please print out and enjoy.

Invader Danger Piano

Invader Danger Voice

Invader Danger

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