Giant swamp rats are poised to dig into California. Should we eat ’em?
By Filipa Ioannou Updated 5:12 am, Sunday, March 4, 2018
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It’s been about a month since California wildlife officials started sounding the alarm on nutria, invasive South American rodents that look like enormous, 20-pound rats and have the power to devastate wetlands. They’re making a comeback after being eradicated in the 1970s and have been spotted in Stanislaus, Fresno, Tuolumne and Merced counties so far.
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Turn the hunting community loose on them.
Have the “Governor’s Prize” for the biggest, the most, and the last one shot in a “season”.
Instead of being against “guns”, put them to use.
Seems obvious to me.
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