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Yellowstone National Park: Efforts to eradicate three invasive species currently inhabiting Yellowstone are discussed. The species are lake trout, whirling disease parasite, and New Zealand mud snails.

Yellowstone In Depth, Wyoming, Invasive Species, Invasive Species, Natural Features & Ecosystems
aquatic invaders, conservation, invasive species, lake trout, national park, new zealand mud snail, nonnative species, parasites, preservation, prevention, waters, whirling disease parasite, yellowstone, yellowstone lake
Date of Video
February 6, 2003
Video Location
Yellowstone National Park, WY
44°36'0"N × 110°30'0"W
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