Prairie Dogs Plague New Mexico Cemetery

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Prairie dogs have infested Santa Fe's Fairview Cemetery, displacing bones and pieces of buried caskets. The cemetery is the resting place for some of New Mexico's past governors. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and Erik Mason, president of the Fairview Cemetery Preservation Association.

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