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Electric barriers couldn't keep away the carp, which could destroy the Great Lakes ecosystem.

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The home is listing for half of what it sold for in 2007.

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You can thank a lot of rain for the rising water level in Lake Michigan.

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These coloring sheets feature Chicago's amphipods, water bears, isopods, crayfish and giant water bugs.

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Chicago's big lake is home to monster fish but also organisms as tiny as your fingernail.

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A camera on the Harrison-Dever Crib helps monitor waves and shows off Chicago from miles offshore.

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The James J. Versluis, built in 1957, was recently seen cracking through Chicago River ice.

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Most of it washes up on eastern shores of Lake Michigan, the report said.

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The super-rare amphibians, found in Wolf Lake and Lake Michigan, love to eat invasive species.

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A handful of brave surfers, covered in ice, recently tackled the frozen conditions of Lake Michigan.  

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Lake Sturgeon, which have thrived for more than 100 million years, can still be found in city waters.

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Thousands of the insects will blanket Chicago this month, but they can't sting you.

Uptown »

Plans to bring a surf park to Chicago might be dead in the water after birders objected to it.

Downtown »

Nearly invisible rip currents are expected to form in Lake Michigan. Swimmers are advised to keep out.

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Pro sailors took us on a summer cruise where we enjoyed and snapped plenty of skyline pics.