The lionfish has a venomous reputation with its ability to multiply like crazy, gobble up numerous crustaceans and fish, and swim around the waters off Florida without any predator in sight. Well, they may soon meet their match. >> Read more trending news A group called Robots in Service of the Environment, or RISE, said it has created a robot that will help to eliminate these zebra-striped invasives, according to Mashable. Colin Angle, who co-founded RISE with his wife Erika, told Mashable that the robot will be unveiled next month. However, they did provide a few tidbits on how it will operate. Essentially the robot will stun the fish, suck them into its ‘belly’ and then rise to the surface once it has a full load. The idea is to then deliver the fish to restaurants and stores, Angle said. Most scientists and environmentalists are worried about lionfish because they can produce up to 30,000 eggs every four to five days, according to RISE. That’s about 2 million eggs a year. Each lionfish can eat 20 fish in 30 minutes. Read more at Mashable.