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Invasive species may be able to spread

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''Invasive species such as fire ants may be able to spread via wildlife corridors - strips of land used to reconnect habitats separated by human activity - according to a new study. Wildlife corridors are supposed to promote biodiversity, but researchers from the University of California show that they in fact can sometimes be a sort of gateway to the spread of invasive species...''

http://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/8435/20140807/invasive-species-may-spread-via-wildlife-corridors.htm

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I like that somebody actually did a study to figure this out.

Wow, just wow.

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Well, by definition, a species wouldn't be considered invasive if it couldn't spread.

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But I was going to say, I get your point. By the way, aren't fire ants attracted to electrical boxes? Maybe their spread then is solely due to humans, not wildlife corridors.

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