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Margaret Schupp displays zebra mussels that have latched onto a small twig on the shore of Fair Hills resort on Pelican Lake in Minnesota last month. Photo by Chris Franz / The Forum

The nuisance next door: Invading zebra mussels make their way from Minnesota to Red River's banks

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DETROIT LAKES, Minn. - Imagine the land of 10,000 lakes with nothing more than 10,000 defunct lakes - fishless, weed ridden and shores littered with hazardous sharp shells.

All of this could happen if the expanding zebra mussel problem isn't contained.

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