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December 27, 2006

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Lake Michigan Lakers Reproducing Naturally for First Time in 50 Years

Lake trout thrived in Lake Michigan before sea lampreys decimated the species in the 1950s. Since then, the lake’s lakers have shown no evidence of reproducing naturally--until now. "This is like finding a needle in a haystack," Jim Dexter of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, told the Associated Press. “This is definitely good news,” he added, but noted that a comeback for the species is a long way off yet. 

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