Georgia wildlife officials urge anyone who spots northern snakeheads to "kill it immediately and freeze it".
The long, thin fish has a dark brown blotchy appearance and can grow up to three feet in length.
Juvenile northern snakeheads are capable of moving across land.
The warning comes on the heels of the Snakehead being found in a pong in Georgia.
Northern snakehead are native to China, North and South Korea, and Russian Federation.
They can survive on land for days at a time because they are able to breathe air.
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The northern snakehead is a species that is not native to the USA, but it's been spotted in over a dozen states.
"Our first line of defense in the fight against aquatic invasive species, such as the northern snakehead, are our anglers", said Matt Thomas, Chief of Fisheries for the Wildlife Resources Division, in a statement.
Hunter Roop, fisheries biologist with Georgia DNR in Gainesville, said the additional four were found within 100-200 yards of the original pond.
The head of the Army Corps of Engineers has sent Congress a $778 million plan to fortify an IL waterway with noisemakers, electric cables, and other devices in the hope that they will prevent Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes, where the aggressive invaders could leave other fish with too little to eat. The snakehead's capture in Georgia is a first for the Peach State.
Today they can be found off the coast of Georgia and have made their way up to New York, Johansson said.
However, wildlife officials are concerned the species - which is native to China - will destroy Georgia's ecosystem.
If possible, pictures should be taken, including a close up of the fins, mouth, and tail.
They closely resemble bowfin, which is why N.C. officials posted photos of the two side by side for comparison.