Sir Elton John has just been honored with a namesake crustacean that, in true rock star fashion, has already gotten into trouble.
Florida plant detectives are on the trail of a slippery foe, an invasive African land snail that is wily and potentially infectious.
The alien-like worm has a mouth in the middle of its belly and can climb trees.
Fear is growing over an incredibly strong invasive fish that can climb on land, live for extended periods outside of water, and choke its predators to death.
Australia's invasive cane toads are tough to kill, so researchers tried making toadsicles: it's humane and effective, they say.
Nile lizards, native to Africa, can grow to five feet long and have been known to eat cats and other small pets. Continue reading →
European fire ants, which already are harassing people and pets with their nasty stings, may also be helping to destroy ecosystems as well. Continue reading →
The crickets have long, spiky legs and are freaking out some homeowners. Continue reading →
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