The negative effects of exotic invasive species

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The negative effects of exotic invasive species

The negative effects of exotic invasive species

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It is of great significant to note that, exotic species are those life forms that are introduced into environments where they did not originate. On the other hand, invasive exotic species are life forms that are alien to a certain environment; and whose establishment lead to financial mischief or harm to human health. In this relation, alien species once introduced can hardly be eradicated as in their normal environments; these life forms developed established populations and multifaceted relationships with other species. In this case, when they are detached from their predators, parasites, diseases and challengers that have been reducing their population; species established into new environments more often than not elude their new home and crowd out indigenous species (Mitchell & Tully, 2008).