In addition to green iguanas and tegus, nile monitor lizards, water monitors, spiny-tailed iguanas and rhinoceros iguana appear to be spreading.
— Read on news.wjct.org/post/2019-year-big-lizard
Daily Archives: December 24, 2019
There may be a deadly new invasive species lurking in Florida’s swamps. A team of scientists has identified three reptiles captured near Miami as Nile crocodiles, a species native to Africa.
— Read on oceanleadership.org/nile-crocodiles-identified-south-florida-scientists-say/
Asian Giant Hornets That Eat Honeybees and Have ‘Powerful Sting’ Discovered in Washington for First Time
“People should avoid swatting at the hornets, which may cause these insects to sting,” the Washington State Department of Agriculture said.
— Read on www.newsweek.com/asian-giant-hornets-that-eat-honeybees-have-powerful-sting-discovered-washington-first-time-1478763