Invasive fish species, including flathead catfish in Georgia and lionfish in the Caribbean, are threatening native fish populations and coral reef ecosystems.
Why it matters
The invasion of these predatory fish species could have significant ecological and economic impacts on native fish populations and coral reef ecosystems in the affected regions.
What the papers say
AP News reports on the invasion of flathead catfish in Georgia, while The Guardian covers the threat posed by lionfish in the Caribbean.
How we got here
In recent years, invasive fish species have been spreading in various regions, posing a threat to native ecosystems and species.
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