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Research Murky on Danger of Asian Carp Invasion

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July 12, 2012
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Scientists on some of the heartland's great rivers are turning up ominous signs that Asian carp may be harming other fish, but the dire predictions that the carp would kill off other fish haven't been realized yet.


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