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Flood Means Changes To River

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Flood Means Changes To River

Wild life researchers who have been working on the Missouri River for a numbers of years are seeing major changes following the 2011 floods. Sam Stukel is with the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department…

Stukel says they are seeing a wider variety of fish than before the flood…

Stukel says habitat has changed along the river below Gavins Point Dam…

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