Newly found invasive species may affect northern mammal populations
We should be ashamed. We know that you know that this is a ridiculous April Fool’s story. If any of our scientists are observing sasquatch, migoi, yeti or any other hominids in Canada’s boreal forest, we will revoke their science licenses.
Instead, our scientists are hard at work researching existing species and habitat all across Canada. They are involved in innovative projects to fight real invasive species. Their work helps us make a difference for present-day species at risk and protect hundreds of species of plants and animals that rely on wetlands.
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