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Human activities have meant invasive species have been able to populate parts of the world to which they are not native and alter biodiversity there over thousands of years.
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By John Ross THE secrets beneath Scotland's most remote national nature reserve are about to be revealed for the first time by an underwater investigation.
This large, long-winged seabird is found in the five islands of the Galapagos Archipelago. The local people of the islands often call them “patabegada”. This species was once known as The Dark-Rumped Petrel, although recent changes have eliminated that name from current use. This bird is an endemic marine bird and usually nests in highlands with high humidity. In the past, the petrel population was severely affected by introduced mammals that depredated and altered the nesting...