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(Boulder Daily Camera)   One day you're going to college to become a wildlife official because you love animals. The next thing you know you're shocking thousands of colorful koi in a pond and feeding them to injured raptors   ( dailycamera.com) divider line
    More: Weird, Boulder's Thunderbird Lake, wildlife officials, bodies of water, exotic species, aquatic ecosystems, Arvada, Broomfield, ponds  
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2012-11-20 09:38:12 AM  
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Don't tase me bro...
2012-11-20 09:40:09 AM  
3 votes:
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Clever Girl.
2012-11-20 09:48:38 AM  
2 votes:
Man works to restore natural ecological balance in man-made lake with man-made problems.

2012-11-20 01:13:11 PM  
1 vote:
It seems that this problem could be cleared up a lot more efficiently with feral cats outfitted with scuba gear.

2012-11-20 10:00:05 AM  
1 vote:

OnlyM3: Non native species in a man made link o.O

What species of fish was Native to that patch of dirt?

2012-11-20 09:39:50 AM  
1 vote:
Saw a huge platinum koi in our local spring-fed river. I went to try and net the bastard, it was worth 3-400 bucks, easily.
Dropped my damn net in the river..... : /
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