Fer ShirAfter someone let some pet goldfish loose in a lake near Boulder, Colo. (This is True #1088, 19 April 2015), state wildlife officials said the non-native species bred voraciously to number around 4,000, which would have to be removed. They don’t need to do it anymore: migrating pelicans apparently spotted the goldfish as they flew by, and swarmed the lake, eating all the fish, says Colorado Parks and Wildlife spokeswoman Jennifer Churchill. “Isn’t it fantastic?” Churchill asked. “It has totally happened naturally.” (RC/Boulder Daily Camera) ...In other news, we now know where California Valley Girls migrated.
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