Invasive aquatic plant discovered in St. John River

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Eurasian Watermilfoil has been found in the St. John River. It's the fist time the invasive aquatic plant showed up in a New Brunswick river. And it worries scientists who study it. Meghann Bruce, a research scientist with the Canadian Rivers Institute in Fredericton, said watermilfoil can create problems for other plants and fish in the local ecosystem.

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