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What is being done to stop the spread of carp?

Asked: Kugan R̆ÉẎG̱ÒN̆, Date Created:

Dispelling Asian carp with water guns; Using pheromones to drive the fish away or attract them to areas where they can be easily killed; Developing “biobullets” with tiny, calibrated doses of poison to kill only them; And altering Asian carp eggs so that their offspring are sterile.

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