In this episode, we conclude our three-part series on invasive species produced in partnership with the Invasive Species Centre.
Our guest reporter Trelle Kolojay tells us about how invasive species can be helped and spread with the help of human accomplices. From our home aquariums to our gardens, there are ways people can work to prevent the spread of destructive species in the wild. In our history of science segment, we’ll travel to the year 1890 when the works of William Shakespeare were said to be behind the 200 million invasive starlings we see flying above us today.
Don’t Let It Loose! – Invasive Species Centre
Goldfish – Invasive Species Centre
Red-eared slider – Invasive Species Centre
The Shakespearean Tall Tale That Shaped How We See Starlings – The New York Times (nytimes.com)
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