Feds find evidence Asian carp has reproduced in Great Lakes
CLEVELAND, Ohio - For the first time, the federal government said it found evidence that the invasive Asian carp has reproduced in the Great Lakes watershed. It happened in the eastern Great Lakes.
The U.S. Geological Survey said four grass carp taken from the Sandusky River in Ohio originated at that spot, and were not moved from elsewhere. The Sandusky is a tributary of Lake Erie.