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19269
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Although extremely beautiful, red lion fish from the Indo-Pacific are a voracious, invasive species that has become established in North Carolina's warming waters, and it is wreaking havoc on the state's offshore reefs.
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8140
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Joyner describes North Carolina's five fall mushrooms: the puffball, jack-o'-lantern, oyster, honey, and stinkhorn.
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10243
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Joyner discusses mollusks. With some 50,000 living species, they are second only to insects as one of the largest groups of animals on earth.
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10178
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Joyner discusses some of the unique qualities and habits of the millipedes that inhabit North Carolina.
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11122
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Boating is a popular activity in North Carolina. Joyner provides tips on towing and launching a boat for maximum safety.
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