Transcript exotic species
Exotic Species “So, Jack, is this bean stalk an introduced species?” Ontario Australia Florida Everglades Don’t flush or dump into Lake Ontario!! was released in the 1960s from aquariums into waterways in Florida. By the 1990s, control and management were costing millions of dollars each year. is native to North America and is also widely used as aquarium vegetation. The introduction of some species of Elodea into waterways in parts of Europe, Australia, Africa, Asia, and New Zealand has created a significant problem and it is now considered a noxious weed in these areas. are native to China. It is illegal to keep snakeheads as pets in all states of the USA as they have become an invasive species due to irresponsible owners releasing them into the wild when they could/would no longer take care of them. Although this guy is tough-looking, he probably wouldn’t survive more than 5 minutes in Lake Ontario . . . the water’s .