> thanks for the link to more information andrew.
> i always thought carp 'jumped' but apparently
> these non-local carp 'really jump' and can weigh
> up to 100 lbs, flying into boats and people. maybe
> they believe they are sailfish, or, are really marlins.
> reasons for concern include destroying ecosystems
> by these fish that look somewhat like vacuum cleaners.
who are the intruders : boats and people floating in the river or the carps
living thereunder or up-there. ?
ecosystems can resolve their "problems" by themselves... the number of fish
if untouched will be selfcontrolled by other natural pleague or
No need to scare those carps down river...
why are they considered non - local anyways ? IIf for an artificial
installation, who placed, then, those in the Missisipi? some human "animal"
may I guess ?
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