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War on Invasive Species Really Worth Fighting?
The country is at war — with plants. And fish. And bugs.

Non-native species are being targeted in backyards, big lakes and national parks. Some of the removal plans make sense, experts say, but things have also gotten out of hand. Massive amounts of money are being poured into efforts that may not be effective or even necessary.

"We've declared war on invasive species," Mark Davis, a professor of Terrestrial Ecology and Animal Behavior at Macalester said. "And usually when the U.S. declares war on something, the only thing that's guaranteed is spending a lot of money."


 
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