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Re: Now Never returned to the wild

On the coast at the southern tip of Texas, aquaculture operators raise
exotic prawns.  They flush their ponds with water from the Laguna
Madre.  As a result, exotic shrimp disease has spread from these
prawns to the native shrimp in the Gulf of Mexico.  The potential for
harm is significant with exotic releases.

---Moontanman at aol_com wrote:
> Someone posted a letter about a nonnative shrimp he found in a
river.  I
> deleted that message by mistake.  Was there any follow up on that one?
> Michael

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