A Fish Story

In heated discussions over what to do about Asian carp, facts and science are often distorted, or completely ignored.

When an Asian carp was captured nine miles from Lake Michigan last summer, experts knew immediately that the fish would ignite fierce debate. Was it evidence that the invasive species was advancing on the Great Lakes? Or was it merely an aberration? The answer, perhaps, is both yes, and no. (Visual: )

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