The story of invasive species usually goes something like a particularly dark zombie movie -- the invasive species kills everything else and thrives, changing the planet forever. But in the Great Lakes, a different story is playing out, one in which the natives win. In addition to evil zebra mussels, transatlantic shipping has brought a species known commonly as "the bloody red shrimp" to the Great Lakes. But according to a new study from Queens University, native fish are probably chowing down on these creepy, alien shrimp. Take that, invasive species! The fish were hungry, anyway, what with the way …
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