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Old 10-06-2021, 11:17 AM   #196 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by cRiPpLe_rOoStEr View Post
Odd enough, sometimes an "invasive" species may become the most effective way to keep the food chain sustainable somehow. When it comes to fishing resources, it's been true to some extent in my country.
Would that be in the context of 'human' consumption, or in the larger context of the general marine biosphere?
Humans can and do 'adapt' on a dime ( Peter Pan / Jif ). I'm uncertain about the ability of other species, which are genetically programmed to seek a specific food supply, one in which they've relied upon for millennia.
Estuarine harpacticoid copepods for instance.
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