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Default 9 Great Invasive Species Worth Admiring (slide show)

9 Great Invasive Species Worth Admiring
Wired Science
* By Brandon Keim Email Author
* November 4, 2010 |
* 7:00 am

9 Great Invasive Species Worth Admiring | Wired Science | Wired.com
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As the U.S. Navy bombs Guam with dead, poisoned mice in the latest attempt to eradicate invasive brown tree snakes (above), it's worth taking a moment to sit back and appreciate -- yes, appreciate -- invasive species.

Now, before the environmentalists among you get upset, I'm not suggesting that species invasions are good things. They're not. They throw ecosystems out of whack, crowd out plants and animals we already know and love, and generally cause trouble.

But...
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