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In 2016, one of the most devastating aquatic invasive species in the world was detected in Montana for the first time. In this half-hour documentary, News and Public Affairs producer Beth Saboe examines the potential economic and ecological devastation the aquatic pest can cause and what state and tribal leaders are doing to stop the invasive mussels from spreading like wildfire.
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