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Invasive fish found breeding near Prince George - Don’t Let It Loose!

Invasive fish found breeding near Prince George - Don’t Let It Loose!

The province says an invasive fish - commonly sold as feed for other fish - has been found breeding in a tributary to the Fraser River. Rosy red minnows, an ornamental variety of the fathead minnow, have been found in a stream east of Prince George.

See the story on the invasive fish in the Prince George Citizen here.

Don't Let It Loose! Dumping unwanted pets and aquarium materials or live bait can have severe impacts on local ecosystems, which can affect our recreation, businesses and property values. Please be a responsible pet owner.

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