Lake Michigan

Ecosystem Field Guide by Cooper Donoho

Lake Michigan is one of the Great Lakes. It is the second most deep and the third biggest with 922 square miles. Recreation activities include fishing and recreational boating. The human impact is that we can bring invasive species that damage the natural food web.
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Freshwater Trout

A native species to Lake Michigan
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Yellow Perch

A native species of Lake Michigan
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Smallmouth Bass

A native species to Lake Michigan
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Asain Carp

This is an ANS species to Lake Michigan. It is extremely bad and there reproducing very quickly. They can wipe out entire populations and disrupt a food chain.
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Native Mussels

All of these mussels are native to Lake Michigan.
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Zebra Mussels

This is a zebra mussel. They are originally from Russia, but they moved to America. They cn kill fish and they spread quickly.
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Quagga Mussel

This is a quagga mussel. It is an invasive species in Lake Michigan.