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Nature & Environment
The European starling, a native bird to Britain - but what of its impact on other continents where it has been introduced?
With its pretty yellow flowers, Broom is a common sight across the British Isles - but what of its impact on other continents...
Indigenous to the Himalayas, this beautiful plant causes problems for native British species.
Originally from the USA, the signal crayfish breeding patterns, growth rate and aggressive nature, ensure that our indigenous species lose out.
Studying ecology is not just about increasing our knowledge of how the natural world works. It can also help us to understand and find the solutions to many environmental problems
The impact that the invasion of exotic plants and animals has had on the British Isles - the effects on the environment
The impact that the invasion of exotic plants and animals has had on the British Isles - problem species
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