Gabriel Caceres, Nickole  Esquivel, middle, and Micaela Di Vico, all 16-year-old juniors at TerraEnvironmental Institute, release Lili beetles along one of the nature trails in Kendall Indian Hammock Park, Friday, Oct. 10, 2014, in Kendall. Students at the school raised and released the beetles as part of an ongoing project to combat the spread of invasive air-potato vines at the park.
Gabriel Caceres, Nickole Esquivel, middle, and Micaela Di Vico, all 16-year-old juniors at TerraEnvironmental Institute, release Lili beetles along one of the nature trails in Kendall Indian Hammock Park, Friday, Oct. 10, 2014, in Kendall. Students at the school raised and released the beetles as part of an ongoing project to combat the spread of invasive air-potato vines at the park. DANIEL BOCK FOR THE MIAMI HERALD
Gabriel Caceres, Nickole Esquivel, middle, and Micaela Di Vico, all 16-year-old juniors at TerraEnvironmental Institute, release Lili beetles along one of the nature trails in Kendall Indian Hammock Park, Friday, Oct. 10, 2014, in Kendall. Students at the school raised and released the beetles as part of an ongoing project to combat the spread of invasive air-potato vines at the park. DANIEL BOCK FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

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