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Invasive Species Threaten Nevada
Laura Megill keeps a strange object on display in a glass case inside her Nevada Department of Wildlife office.

A shoe, covered almost completely from heel to toe in quagga mussels.

The shoe had been left in Lake Mead for 12 months, according to Megill, the aquatic invasive species coordinator for the department, and it’s meant to show just how quickly a single mussel can spread.


 
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