Monday, 10 July 2017

Study warns about the impact of the carp in shallow lakes with high ecological value for the preservation of waterbirds


The presence of the carp, a freshwater invasive species spread worldwide, is alarmingly reducing the populations of diving ducks and waterbirds, according to a study. Story here.

One of the carps' victims, the white-Headed Duck. Photo by Ken Billington.

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