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HAWAII INVASIVE SPECIES
Hawaii's Invasive Species Might Be Cute, But They're A Huge Island Threat
Killer Bees aka Africanized Honey Bee Known for: Being a lethal threat to humans and animals, being easily angered. Bingabing
No Snakes In Hawaii, Except For The 2 Found Since September
Now it'd be surprising enough to stumble upon a two-and-a-half foot non-venomous rainbow boa constrictor at 7 a.m., but in
Jungle Beat: Snakes on Planes Threaten Hawaii
Hawaii is often called the "endangered species capital of the world" because we have more plants and animals that are in danger of extinction than any other place on Earth. More than one-third of all the threatened and endangered birds in the United States are found only in Hawaii.
Jungle Beat: We Got Critters
Do the Hawaiian authorities not want to inconvenience arriving tourists, for fear of losing the precious dollars they add to the State's economy? Or do they just not care? Is the "aloha spirit" too loosey-goosey?
Guam Tree Snake Problem to Be Addressed With Dead Toxic Mice
Dead mice laced with painkillers are about to rain down on Guam's jungle canopy. They are scientists' prescription for a headache that has caused the tiny U.S. territory misery for more than 60 years: the brown tree snake.
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