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A new study shows grass carp reproduced at least once in the Sandusky River, but it cannot confirm an established population.
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While federal efforts are largely focused on stonewalling invasive Asian carp at Chicago, the fish could be making their way into the Great Lakes through Lake Erie, where studies show they are likely to thrive.