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Asian Carp Take Over US Lakes and Rivers

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January 17, 2012
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Millions of Asian carp are wreaking havoc in the Mississippi River, taking over and disrupting the balance of the species there. The fish can jump up to two meters out of the water and have even injured fishermen.


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