An organism that harms the ecology or the economy in a new habitat where it is not native is referred to as an invasive species. They can be any type of living thing, including bacteria, fungi, fungi, plants, insects, fish, frogs, amphibians (like the cane toad), and even an organism’s seeds or eggs. Native plants and animals may go extinct as a result of invasive species, which can also decrease biodiversity, compete with native species for scarce resources, and disrupt habitats. Click on the “Download PDF” option provided below to know more on-
- What are Invasive species?
- How do they spread?
- How do they threaten the native wildlife?
- How are they threatening wildlife habitats of the Western Ghats in India?