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Even Record Freeze Couldn't Eradicate Texas' Toughest Invasive Species
Not even a historic week of freezing temperatures and record-setting snowfall last month could mitigate some of the toughest and most threatening invasive species known to central Texas, biologists from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department say.

While many of native Texas wildlife were injured or killed by the winter weather, some invasive critters such as zebra mussels, tilapia and maybe even apple snails fared just fine, said Monica McGarrity, a senior scientist at Texas Parks and Wildlife who specializes in aquatic invasive species.


 
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Algae is Responsible for Fish Kill at Constitution Gardens - The shallow cement pond at Constitution Gardens has no outlet to flush water, so when the temperature rises, algae grows on the bottom. When the temperature drops again, the algae dies and consumes the oxygen, suffocating the fish.


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