3 June 2013
Wildlife workers are going to insert poisonous pesticides into a stream near Lake Michigan as they try to kill an invasive breed of 'vampire fish' that suck the blood out of other fish.
Adult sea lampreys, which reach lengths of 2 to 3 feet, resemble eels but behave more like leeches.
With round, disk-like mouths and sharp teeth, they latch onto fish and suck out their blood and other bodily fluids, killing or severely weakening the hosts.
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