A goldfish caught by researchers in the Vasse River in Australia. Goldfish are one of the world’s worst invasive aquatic species, but goldfish in the Vasse River “have the fastest known growth rate of goldfish in the world,” said Stephen Beatty, a researcher at Murdoch University who helps lead a program to control them.
A goldfish caught by researchers in the Vasse River in Australia. Goldfish are one of the world’s worst invasive aquatic species, but goldfish in the Vasse River “have the fastest known growth rate of goldfish in the world,” said Stephen Beatty, a researcher at Murdoch University who helps lead a program to control them. Stephen Beatty NYT
A goldfish caught by researchers in the Vasse River in Australia. Goldfish are one of the world’s worst invasive aquatic species, but goldfish in the Vasse River “have the fastest known growth rate of goldfish in the world,” said Stephen Beatty, a researcher at Murdoch University who helps lead a program to control them. Stephen Beatty NYT

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