Goldfish 3,000 Strong: Dumped Koi Raised Invading Army in Colorado

Nature World: An army of 3,000 strong and counting is building in a lake in Boulder, Colorado, and the potential impact of this invasive exotic fish has conservationists on edge. The fish in question are koi goldfish - the vibrantly orange, white, and black fish that frequently fill the artificial ponds of homes and restaurants. According to multiple local media accounts, a park ranger first noticed the clouds of an estimated 3,000 to 4,000 fish in Boulder's Teller Lake #5 a few weeks ago. News of the population......

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