Invasive carp are swimming north through American waterways and wreaking havoc on ecosystems. The fish can withstand a variety of environments, survive for decades and lay millions of eggs, which allows them to supplant native species. The filter feeders eat plankton and small fish, outcompeting other fish for food.

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