Mar 16, 2010 Asian carp: how one fish could ruin the Great Lakes The Asian carp has gobbled up headlines as it makes its way toward the Great Lakes. Six frequently asked questions about the invasive species of
Asian carp are also spread by human actions. The release of live bait containing young carp has introduced these fish to numerous water bodies. Watercraft that use the Mississippi locks allow carp to move upstream when the locks are opened to
Asian carp were first introduced into the southern United States in the early 1960s and 70s. By the 1980s, three of the four species had escaped andor spread into local water bodies. Today Asian carp have spread throughout the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, and Illinois rivers and their tributaries.
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