28 Dec '14, 2am

Tiget shrimp are invading the Gulf of Mexico:

Pam Fuller, who works with the U.S. Geological Survey’s Southeast Ecological Science Center explained to the AP “the numbers of tiger shrimp reported, with more in inshore nursery areas and juveniles caught along both coasts, indicate that they’re probably breeding.” But as it stands, the USGS and NOAA have relatively little data on the creatures, and the impact that they may have—or are having—on the Gulf Coast, and are continuing to ask shrimpers and fishermen to report and collect the tiger shrimp.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/invasive-predator-tiger-shrimp-settl...



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