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This week's word in the news: INVASIVE
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On the eve of this weekend’s famed Calaveras Jumping Frog Jubilee, state wildlife officials met to ponder the management of a disease-carrying invasive frog with powerful legs, a dopey smile and a dangerous appetite.
The San Jose Mercury New -- 05/22/2023
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