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Foreign marine species

.... Exotic species seem to smother anything they come across, including organisms, and any other artificial structure in the water, such as vessels, jetties ....

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Endangered Species

.... Another reason is the introduction of exotic species. .... Exotic species are species that are brought into new environments by human activities. ....

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Brazillian Pepper

.... The other is islands or peninsula areas. Having both traits, south Florida is vulnerable to invading exotic species like the Brazilian pepper. ....

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Everglades Restoration Project

.... It has helped exotic species live in the Everglades. .... Phosphorus pollution has made the invasive exotic species more at home than they should be. ....

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Florida everglades

.... Exotic species threaten to displace native plants and animals in the Everglades. Native trees, such as mangroves and cypress, are ....

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Eurasian Milfoil

.... The Minnesota DNR is required to adopt rules, which place exotic species into various regulatory classifications: prohibited exotic species, regulated exotic ....

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Red Wolf

.... Introducing exotic species may seriously disrupt delicate ecological balances and may produce a plethora of unintended yet harmful consequences. ....

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Fire Ants

.... However, Solenopsis Invicta (as they are scientifically named) is actually an exotic species that have their origins in Brazil. ....

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cheese

.... Another problem the river ecosystems are facing are exotic species. .... Another problem the river ecosystems are facing are exotic species. ....

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Disadvantages of Invasive Species

.... The threat posed by these invasions of exotic species into non-native environments have finally attracted the attention of the public and government officials ....

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None_Provided

.... Agriculture, fire suppressions, overgrazing and invasion of exotic species has caused ! this decline. Wetlands are yet another one of the ecosystem declines. ....

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Australian Cane Toad

.... The cane toad has provided a painful lesson in what can happen to native species when an exotic species is introduced to a new habitat.

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Enviromental Protection Laws

.... CITES is an agreement between Governments, whois aim is to ensure that international trade of species does not threaten exotic species of animals or plants. ....

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Life Science and the Law

.... This is the reason that rapid habitat loss is regarded as the main cause of endangerment. Another cause could be an introduction of an exotic species. ....

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Invasion of the Zebra Mussels

.... the ballast. Zebra mussels are from a different environment (England), thus they are classified as an exotic species. These pesky ....

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THE OCEAN COASTAL ZONE

.... Each type of marine waste- synthetic chemicals, oil, marine debris, exotic species, sewage- behaves in different ways and present different threats to ocean ....

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Cane toads

.... Like the feral cat, they have provided a painful lesson in what can happen to native species when an exotic species is introduced to a new habitat.

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CITES

.... in one wealthy country can lead to over exploitation of the species and/or its .... high amounts of money for certain products that may come from exotic animals for ....

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Save the Costa Rican Rainfores

.... everything in it, along with potential species to help other species around the .... Its exotic animals and lush forests offer education to visitors, and brings ....

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None_Provided

.... eco-system since their ¢superior¢ genes could out-compete their natural relatives and overpower the wild species in the same way that exotic diseases such ....

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Amazon Rainforest

.... Destroying these species leaves the chance that a cure for AIDS or any .... Unlike many assumptions of exotic, lavish growth " the soils that support (the forests ....

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Zebbra Muscles

.... cases the introduction of this species to lake Erie was thought to be "worse than the oil spill in Alaska¢ (Faber B1). Reason being, exotic introductions are ....

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Jaws vs. Goldie

.... Approximately there are a million different species of saltwater fish reported today. .... The more exotic and rare a fish is the higher the price will be. ....

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Human Impact on the Earth

.... trade, which also endangers certain species is driven by economic gain. For example, according to the World Wildlife Fund, the sales of exotic wildlife exceed ....

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Costa Rica

.... There are more than 130 families of trees that embrace some 1,300 species. The wildlife includes many exotic animals such as jaguars, pumas, deer, ocelot ....

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forestdepletion

.... of the world are home to more than half of the animal species that live .... as the large rodent Capybara, the Anteater, and many different colorful exotic birds. ....

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rain forest

.... of the world are home to more than half of the animal species that live .... as the large rodent Capybara, the Anteater, and many different colorful exotic birds. ....

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tropical rain forests

.... of the world are home to more than half of the animal species that live .... as the large rodent Capybara, the Anteater, and many different colorful exotic birds. ....

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Rainforest Depletion

.... of the world are home to more than half of the animal species that live .... as the large rodent Capybara, the Anteater, and many different colorful exotic birds. ....

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Gulliver

.... his time, by showing what Lemuel Gulliver had observed in the strange, exotic worlds that .... This is when Gulliver realizes the flaw of his species and in every ....

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