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  1. State wildlife officials have warned residents to be on the lookout for the Argentine black and white tegu, an invasive lizard species that is threatening native creatures. View the full article
  2. Monitor lizards, believed to be invasive species on some Pacific islands, got there long before humans, a new study says. View the full article
  3. その昆虫が米国海岸にたどり着くずっと前から、日本では、その痺れるカリカリした食感と、酒に加えられる毒のある羽音が珍重されてきた。 View the full article
  4. オオスズメバチの目撃情報 アメリカに定着すればミツバチの生息数に壊滅的被害をもたらす可能性 View the full article
  5. We didn’t stop the coronavirus. But perhaps we can stop the giant hornets. View the full article
  6. Son crocantes, entumecen la lengua y su veneno hace que los licores sean más seductores. Por eso han gozado del aprecio de los japoneses mucho antes de su llegada a las costas de Norteamérica. View the full article
  7. Long before the insects found their way to American shores, some Japanese prized them for their numbing crunch and the venomous buzz they add to liquor. View the full article
  8. Sightings of the Asian giant hornet have prompted fears that the vicious insect could establish itself in the United States and devastate bee populations. View the full article
  9. A willingness to experiment with new foods and ways of foraging may make some birds less vulnerable to extinction. View the full article
  10. A willingness to experiment with new foods and ways of foraging may make some birds less vulnerable to extinction. View the full article
  11. Confined to the great indoors on Earth Day? These stories will help remind you of the natural world’s many splendors — and why environmental protections are of crucial importance for the future of the planet. View the full article
  12. The bivalves — likely transported from Patagonia via ship — are the first nonnative marine species to settle on the White Continent. View the full article
  13. Coffee leaf rust has long been the enemy of coffee growers, but a snail from Southeast Asia may give them hope. View the full article
  14. No, really. A trip with a New Hampshire guide reveals how much the sport has evolved, while keeping the eternal battle of angler and fish at its heart. View the full article
  15. Travel to one of the most remote parts of the planet is booming. What does that mean for the environment and visitor safety? View the full article
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