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|Invasion of voracious bullfrogs spreads in Montana|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
BILLINGS, Mont. — An invasion of American bullfrogs that will eat just about anything — including each other — is spreading downstream along Montana’s Yellowstone River and poses a potential threat to native frogs, government scientists said Thursday.
Bullfrogs were found in recent surveys along a 66-mile stretch of the river from the Laurel area downstream to Custer, said U.S. Geological Survey biologist Adam Sepulveda. The number of breeding sites for the animals almost quadrupled between 2010 and last year, to 45.
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