8 Fun Facts About Largemouth Bass
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They can eat prey that is up to 25 to 35 percent of their body length.
Their average lifespan is ten to sixteen years depending on the habitat and environment.
An estimated 30 million people fish for largemouth bass in the United States.
The male guards the eggs after the female lays them. They will hatch in 5 to 10 days.
Their color can vary depending on the type of water they live in.
They have a sixth sense called a lateral line that picks up the vibrations of other fish.
Largemouth bass can see color and are especially attracted to the color red.
It is the official state fish for Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Florida, and Tennessee.