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Invasive lionfish have spread south from the Caribbean to Brazil, threatening ecosystems and livelihoods

By Osmar J. Luiz, Senior Research Fellow in Aquatic Ecology, Charles Darwin University
One of the most damaging invasive species in the oceans has breached a major barrier – the Amazon-Orinoco river plume – and is spreading along Brazil’s coast. Scientists are trying to catch up.The Conversation

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