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Deer introduced by aliens - latest!

Subject: Deer introduced by aliens - latest!
From: Addison, Gilbert
Date: Mar 24 2014 09:26:23
"By literally looking below the surface and digging up the dirt,
researchers at Cornell University, USA, have discovered that a
burgeoning deer population forever alters the progression of a forest's
natural future by creating environmental havoc in the soil and
disrupting the soil's natural seed banks. Deer typically prefer to eat
native, woody plants and rebuff invasive species. The study showed that
when deer consume native plants, the non-native species are left to


Gilbert Addison CEnv

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