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A Galapagos forest is in danger of extinction from invasive plant species

Published on March 25, 2024
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn The results of a recent study underscore the vital role of controlling invasive plants in preserving this unique forest ecosystem. A recent study conducted by scientists from the Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF), in collaboration with the Galapagos National Park Directorate (GNPD), has raised alarm about the escalating threat posed by invasive […]

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