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6676
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Two shipments of six thousand inch long northern pike fry were given to the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission by the Ohio Department of Natural Resource's Division of Wildlife. The fish are being tried experimentally in six lakes across the state to determine if their introduction will help to control excessive numbers of gizzard, shad, and suckers. A concern is whether or not the pike will be able to survive and reproduce in waters far from its native habitat.
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5207
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Bats in the attic? Snakes in the crawl space? Dead possum in the garage? Where can a homeowner find help? Many call a certified wildlife damage control agent. Deen discusses the work of Rocky Pearce, owner of Wild Kingdom Animal Rescue Service in Durham, and the other more than 200 certified agents around the state.
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