18 Aug '11, 8am

Download our ID Guide to Marine Non Native Species from today. Make sure you report any sightings on our website

Reporting non-natives and aliens Aliens - they’re over here, and they’re here to stay! Some take up prime residential space; others quite literally live on top of each other, and other organisms. Some of them cause real environmental and economic damage. While most, if not all, are impossible to eradicate, there may be ways to minimise how much harm they cause, if we can just work out how. MCS is working with MarLIN (the Marine life Information Network at the Marine Biological Association), to find out more about them. Download a copy of the Marine Non-native Species ID Guide How did they get here? The most common transport method is shipping, as hitch-hikers in ballast waters, or attached to boat hulls. Some got here as invited guests, usually for commercial projects such as oyster farming, which themselves may have a travelling companion species or two associated with th...

Full article: http://www.mcsuk.org/what_we_do/Wildlife%20protection/Rep...

Tweets

This species is the only bear to occur in South...

worldwildlife.org 19 Aug '11, 7pm

Follow @world_wildlife on Twitter and don't miss a single day of species facts, photos, and more. About Species of the Day...

Blog: Why Singapore Won't Survive An Alien Attack

menshealth.com.sg 18 Aug '11, 4am

It's my belief that should Singapore ever get invaded by aliens, or hit by a natural disaster, none of us will make it out...

The limitation of your Apple ID

The limitation of your Apple ID

asiaone.com 18 Aug '11, 8am

The Brunei Times Thursday, Aug 18, 2011 IOS users who prefer purchasing their apps rather than get them for free breathed ...

Teeth of this species enter at the back of the ...

worldwildlife.org 20 Aug '11, 4pm

Follow @world_wildlife on Twitter and don't miss a single day of species facts, photos, and more. About Species of the Day...

The snow leopard has adapted for its habitat wi...

worldwildlife.org 22 Aug '11, 2pm

Follow @world_wildlife on Twitter and don't miss a single day of species facts, photos, and more. About Species of the Day...

Tracking Species as They Flee Ever Higher

Tracking Species as They Flee Ever Higher

green.blogs.nytimes.com 19 Aug '11, 11am

Parmesan and Singer An Edith’s Checkerspot butterfly in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. In the early nineties, a young PhD st...

Darwin’s fox is critically endangered and has j...

worldwildlife.org 23 Aug '11, 7pm

Follow @world_wildlife on Twitter and don't miss a single day of species facts, photos, and more. About Species of the Day...

If you're not sure what to look for when spotting turtles then download our UK Turtle Code

If you're not sure what to look for when spotti...

mcsuk.org 10 Aug '11, 11am

Turtles are an ancient group of reptiles that have witnessed the rise and fall of the dinosaurs, with the earliest marine ...

This #SpeciesOfTheDay has the unique ability to...

worldwildlife.org 21 Aug '11, 7pm

Follow @world_wildlife on Twitter and don't miss a single day of species facts, photos, and more. About Species of the Day...

#SpeciesOfTheDay This desert living antelope ha...

worldwildlife.org 29 Aug '11, 2pm

Follow @world_wildlife on Twitter and don't miss a single day of species facts, photos, and more. About Species of the Day...

Species responding to climate change faster tha...

e360.yale.edu 19 Aug '11, 3pm

19 Aug 2011: Species Moving Rapidly In Response to Climate Change, Study Says A new study finds that animal and plant spec...

Unfortunately not as common as its name suggest...

worldwildlife.org 27 Aug '11, 2pm

Follow @world_wildlife on Twitter and don't miss a single day of species facts, photos, and more. About Species of the Day...

Revealed: no.1 on @envagency's invasive species hitlist is the killer shrimp - only tiny but it kills native species

Revealed: no.1 on @envagency's invasive species...

environment-agency.gov.uk 06 Aug '11, 9am

Non-native invasive shrimp found in UK waters Dikerogammarus villosus, common name invasive shrimp, has been discovered in...

Converting Your Website Visitors One Small Step at a Time #measure

Converting Your Website Visitors One Small Step...

highrankings.com 18 Aug '11, 4pm

How Small Conversions Can Lead to Large Ones The ultimate goal of most websites is to collect leads and/or make sales. Whi...

This species is the smallest type of zebra. See...

worldwildlife.org 14 Aug '11, 4pm

Follow @world_wildlife on Twitter and don't miss a single day of species facts, photos, and more. About Species of the Day...