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Surfside Middle School science teacher Linda Yori holds up a clump of Hydrilla from the pond at Gulf Coast State College on Tuesday, October 1, 2013, in Panama City, Fla. Hydrilla is a non-native invasive species that has taken over the pond in the last year, growing about an inch per day, Yori said. (Heather Leiphart | The News Herald)
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Caption: Surfside Middle School science teacher Linda Yori holds up a clump of Hydrilla from the pond at Gulf Coast State College on Tuesday, October 1, 2013, in Panama City, Fla. Hydrilla is a non-native invasive species that has taken over the pond in the last year, growing about an inch per day, Yori said. (Heather Leiphart | The News Herald) Album ID: 1712230 Photo ID: 49016116
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