Asian Carp 'eDNA' found in Chicago creek near Lake Michigan. But what does it mean?
By: Keith Matheny, Detroit Free Press
The Great Lakes are in imminent danger of being overrun with invasive Asian carp, now appearing on the doorstep of Lake Michigan. Or, something else is going on.
For the first time, researchers have found DNA from two types of invasive Asian carp in Bubbly Creek off the Chicago River's South Fork, only about 2½ miles from Lake Michigan.
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