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Antarctica is a lonely continent, but the antarctic peninsula, the little tail that just outward South America is a hub of human activity. More than 50 scientific research stations are based there, and in recent travel season, 42000 tourists visited, mostly from crew ships. Problem is when humans go somewhere, hitchhikers come with like non native flightless mage, an insect that's already taken of residence in the peninsula region. "And its biomass is greater than the biomass of all the other in occupies in the soil, it's already comes taking over the eco-cycling in that environment." Kevin is an environmental researcher with British Antarctic Survey, he and team of experts recently review the list of hundred and three marine and xx species, it might be poised to take up the residence on the continent. From that list, they pinpointed the 13 most likely to arrive, establish themselves and become invades in the next decade. At the top, mussels which stake the shapes and could carpet the short lines and its mother native species. Antarctic shores and shallow waters could also fill with crabs which have existed in those habitats for millions of years. "So the communities are just not used to the source of predators coming in, on the potential for a cropped chump ware or stating on statistics called a frighting prospect." On land the scientists flaged the might and spring tail and several species in button weight plans as potential invaders. The full list is in the journal "Global Change Biology". "That kind of crew members Antarctic is we want the last great organises we have on the planet, so we want to keep this xx scientific research because this took us so much about hard world works, our climate works, our eco-systems can be together, our day function switch just incredibly important that we just keep as xx as possible we can." But that test keeps getting more difficult because climate change is a slowly sign in the frozen continent, making it easier for invaders to gain a foothold.
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Antarctica is a lonely continent, but the antarctic peninsula, the little tail that just outward South America is a hub of human activity. More than 50 scientific research stations are
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