Type your response in the box. An invasive species is a non-native species that lives in a region. Human activity has accidentally

Type your response in the box. An invasive species is a non-native species that lives in a region. Human activity has accidentally or intentionally introduced many invasive species into ecosystems. Name two human activities that could contribute to the introduction of invasive species. Explain your response.

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Explanation:

Many non-native plants are introduced through people dumping their aquariums into bodies of water

People who release non-native animals from captivity (Fish are a big one)

people who bring soil on their boots back from traveling to a different country my introduce non-native bacteria cultures

1) humans bringing in and letting out a foreign species of fish into a nearby water way, resulting in the native species fighting for food and resources with the new species, or Invasive species.


2) human letting out a snake or exotic species into a forest, resulting, similarly to previous scenario, to the native species of the forest suffering the negative affects of the invasive species in regards to food, biodiversity, and the ecosystem of the area in which it was introduced buy the human.

1. Someone deciding to kidnap an exotic animal and bring it back to a foreign country, then let it loose.

2. Selling a plant overseas.

Overall, importing exotic creatures and plants.

Invasive species or alien species is the term referred to the organisms which are introduced in an ecosystem due to man made or any environmental activity. Humans play primary role in the introduction of invasive species in a certain ecosystem.

Explanation:

These activities may include the ships and boats flowing in aquatic regions of the world that carry novel aquatic organisms in their ballast water and propellers respectively. The small insects present into their shipping pallets and wooden parts are carried from one place to another place where they cause threat for the availability of food and nutrients to the already existing populations.

Another human activity that can contribute to the introduction of invasive species is the enhanced fuel consumption which leads to environmental pollution around the globe. This environmental pollution gets so immense in some areas that it can make the survival of existing species difficult and thus they move to new location for their survival.

Therefore, it can be seen that human activities have potential role in the spread and introduction of invasive species.

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P L A T O

Explanation:

Human travel can lead to an increased risk of invasive species. Native species—both animals and plants—can stow away on cars, trains, boats, and airplanes that bring them to another ecosystem. Climate change also can play a role. Human activity causes increased levels of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, which in turn creates an increase in global temperatures. Because all species are adapted to a specific climate, climate changes can result in non-native species spreading into other ecosystems.

Human travel can lead to an increased risk of invasive species. Native species—both animals and plants—can stow away on cars, trains, boats, and airplanes that bring them to another ecosystem. Climate change also can play a role. Human activity causes increased levels of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, which in turn creates an increase in global temperatures. Because all species are adapted to a specific climate, climate changes can result in non-native species spreading into other ecosystems.

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