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Le commerce des animaux de compagnie – comme les fourmis ! – contribue à la propagation d’espèces invasives

(French version only)
By Megan Frederickson, Associate Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto
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Les animaux commercialisés sont plus susceptibles d’être des espèces envahissantes, y compris un animal de compagnie relativement nouveau : les fourmis.


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