SOURCE: Washington Post
Colombian officials failed to castrate the large and potentially dangerous animals when their numbers were small. Now the country faces a potential invasive species calamity.
If the Columbian city cannot bury the memory of the drug lord Pablo Escobar, it at least wants to control how and where his story gets told.
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