Leaping Asian Carp Invasion a Growing Problem

Nature World: The invasive Asian carp, a species of fish not native to the United States, has become a growing problem in the Illinois River. The fish, which can grow as much as 100 pounds, are so abundant that it seems that they have nowhere to go. They have taken to leaping from the water onto people's passing boats. "It's like somebody set off an explosion under water. They're just everywhere. These fish are probably the equivalent of getting hit in the head with probably a brick or a bowling ball," fisherman......

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