Defend your coastline against alien invaders that are damaging your local ecosystem. Invasive species—sometimes called "alien invaders"—are plants and animals that are not native to the ecosystem in which they live. Alien invaders can cause serious damage to the marine habitats that fish and shellfish call home. Help conquer these ocean invaders by including them in your meals and record your exploits on the page above!
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Term Part of Speech Definition Encyclopedic Entry coastline Noun
outer boundary of a shore.
community and interactions of living and nonliving things in an area.
Encyclopedic Entry: ecosystem habitat Noun
environment where an organism lives throughout the year or for shorter periods of time.
Encyclopedic Entry: habitat invasive species Noun
type of plant or animal that is not indigenous to a particular area and causes economic or environmental harm.
Encyclopedic Entry: invasive species sustainable seafood Noun
fish, shellfish, and other aquatic organisms harvested from fish farms or fisheries that can be maintained without damaging the ecosystem.