This is a blog post about the introduction of non-native species to new environments and how they can disrupt the balance.

We will discuss what types of animals are considered non-native, why they are introduced, and how these introductions have impacted different environments around the world. Long-form Content:

This is a blog post about the introduction of non-native species to new environments and how they can disrupt the balance. We will discuss what types of animals are considered non-native, why they are introduced, and how these introductions have impacted different environments around the world.

What Types of Animals Are Considered Non-Native?

The term “non-native” refers to any animal that has been transferred from its natural range into another ecosystem. These could be brought in as pets or through trade; sometimes an individual creature might escape captivity by itself. The common characteristic for all types of non-natives is that their presence affects some aspect(s) of ecological communities within which they find

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