Invasive Species

Invasive species are species that move into a new habitat and wreck havoc by overpopulating and displacing many other species. They don’t have a natural predator. Examples include zebra mussels in the Great Lakes, cane toads in Australia, the brown snake in Guam, flying silver Asian carp in the Mississippi and, of course, humans out of Africa.

~ Roedy (1948-02-04 age:70)