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Chicago Goes to War with Asian Carp


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The US city of Chicago is considering drastic measures to prevent giant fish infesting North America's Great Lakes.


A report from the BBC’s Palab Ghosh says that authorities are thinking of blocking the city's canal system to stop Asian carp entering Lake Michigan and that this could cost up to $18bn (£11bn) and cause huge economic disruption to the city.

Cheaper options are being examined, including making burgers out of the fish and eating them to extinction...

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