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As an invasive species that can outcompete native wildlife, Georgia officials are advising residents that find the fish to "kill it immediately."
Video shows hundreds of invasive Asian carp jumping out of the water before being stunned by fisheries staffers, for science
Asian carp are an invasive species in American waters. They were being collected by fisheries staffers in Kentucky for a study.
Record-breaking heat in Florida is attracting a slew of iguanas, and homeowners are encouraged to "kill green iguanas on their own property."
Bright green iguanas are invading Florida, and authorities are urging homeowners to kill them as fast as they can
The common, green iguanas can grow up to 5 feet long, live up to 10 years in the wild, and females can lay up to 76 eggs at one time.
China’s $1 trillion infrastructure project could encourage the spread of invasive bird and reptile species
China's Belt and Road initiative could accelerate the spread of invasive species.
A Virginia teen suffered third-degree burns after touching an invasive weed that can cause severe burns, blisters, scars, and blindness — here...
Giant hogweed sap makes skin extremely sensitive to the sun and can lead to third-degree burns in a short period. Scars can last for years. And the sap can cause blindness if it gets in an eye.
The giant worms are part of a group of species called hammerhead flatworms, which originated in tropical Asia. Now, scientists are trying to understand what effects they may have on local ecosystems.
Mysterious ticks from Asia that can carry a deadly virus are now spreading in the US — and efforts to kill them are failing
Ticks from East Asia have been known to appear in such numbers that they've killed cattle by draining them of their blood. They can carry a potentially deadly virus that can cause severe fever, and maybe Lyme Disease, too.
These invasive ticks can appear in such numbers that they drain cattle of their blood — and they’ve now been found in the US for the first...
Ticks from Asia have been found in the US for the first time. The species can clone itself, leading to devastating infestations.
Lionfish have colonized the southeastern coastline of Cyprus in a single year, and their numbers are expected to grow.