New information Tuesday on the battle to get rid of invasive and destructive Giant African Land Snails out of South Florida.
When salmon, salamanders or other aquatic animals shed skin cells, they leave behind traces of their DNA in the water, like clues left behind at a crime scene.
A scientist has developed a smart phone application to help keep track of invasive species.
Police were called to find the 12-foot-long, 120 pound Burmese python in a bush next to a dead cat.
A member of Miami-Dade Fire Rescue’s Venom Response Team will be featured on the cover of Time Magazine.
The levees along the banks of Everglades canals is prime real estate for Burmese Pythons—and right now is the time when the population is growing.
A couple of new defenses against the Giant African Land Snails that have taken over parts of Miami will be sniffing out the invasive creatures.
Underwater there is no denying their beauty. From their brilliant coloration to showy pectoral fins, lionfish are fascinating to watch but they’ve also caused ecological chaos in the waters off South Florida because they have no natural predators and they eat important indigenous fish. That’s why a new ban on imports of lionfish into Florida has won preliminary approval from the state’s wildlife commission.
South Florida’s Burmese python population explosion may be a bit harder to deal with than originally thought.
South Florida is already dealing with a Burmese python invasion in the Everglades and now state biologists are concerned that the aggressive rock python might be the latest invasive species to become established in the Everglades and elsewhere in South Florida.