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Everglades National Park: The top invasive species that threaten Everglades National Park are discussed. Animal species include Burmese pythons, pike killifish, African jewelfish, marsh killifish, and walking catfish. Plant species include paperbark trees and Lygodium.
- Everglades - Glades Glimpse, Invasive Species, Invasive Species, Everglades National Park
- african jewelfish, burmese pythons, everglades, exotic species, florida, invasive species, lygodium, marsh killifish, national park, nonnative species, old world climbing fern, paperbark tree, pike killifish, walking catfish
- Date of Video
- September 30, 2006
- Video Location
- Everglades National Park, Homestead, FL
- 25°19'0"N × 80°56'0"W
- Courtesy of the National Park Service. For a large collection of audio and video podcast episodes on many classroom topics, visit the National Park Service on iTunes U.
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