Minnesota steps up carp fight after evidence the invader is making its way north

Natural resources experts worry the invasive fish will out-eat native species, which could have a serious impact on the the state's fishing industry and tourism, and now the DNR has found evidence the fish has made it north of the Twin Cities.
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Natural resources experts worry the invasive fish will out-eat native species, which could have a serious impact on the the state's fishing industry and tourism, and now the DNR has found evidence the fish has made it north of the Twin Cities.

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