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Sea Lamprey Nosed Into Controlled Areas By Scent

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Researchers in the Great Lakes are trying to control an ancient fish with a new approach. Sea lamprey are notorious for latching onto other fish and literally sucking the life out of them.

Source: NPR

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