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Entries in marshes. (1)

Monday
Oct142013

More Invasives Join Nutria in Destroying Louisiana Wetlands, Marshes

The nutria is one of Louisiana's most destructive invaders.

In Louisiana, the nutria, a rodent from South America, long has been the poster-child for the exotic species that are destroying that state’s wetlands and coastal marshes and threatening its native fish and wildlife.

But it is certainly not the only threat. Others include Asian carp, giant apple snail, tiger prawn, water hyacinth, and giant salvinia.

Learn more about the exotic species invasion of Louisiana in The Advocate newspaper.