Hawaii Is a Hotspot for Alien Species

Sorry, not those aliens.

A new study published in Nature Ecology & Evolution points to the Hawaiian Islands as a global hotspot for “established alien species,” or invasive breeds of plants, animals, and insects. So although when we picture the Big Island we may conjure its iconic giant sea turtles and surfing dolphins, it’s actually teeming with life introduced by humans.

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