Ornamental shrub wipes out 50 pronghorn antelope

a good reason to not put this in your yard.

Fifty pronghorn antelope were found dead in Payette, Idaho, this week, and ingestion of the Japanese yew plant is to blame, said state Department Fish and Game wildlife veterinarian Mark Drew. The Japanese yew plant is a common shrub in residential landscaping, but it can be deadly for a number of species, including dogs, elk, moose, horses and even humans.Idaho Press-Tribune (Nampa) (1/18)

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