Environmental Science: Earth as a Living Planet (9th Edition)

Published by Wiley
ISBN 10: 1118427327
ISBN 13: 978-1-11842-732-3

Chapter 9 - Biological Diversity and Biological Invasions - Study Questions: 1

Answer

Introduced species often become pests due to the absence of a natural predator in the area to which they were introduced. As a result, these species become significantly abundant, displacing the native species.

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Introduced species often become pests due to the absence of a natural predator in the area to which they were introduced. As a result, these species become significantly abundant, displacing the native species.
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