__________ species reproduce rapidly in a new habitat due to the lack of parasites and predators that would naturally control their population growth. A) Invasive B) Isolated C) Native D) Reproductive

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  • Answer:invasive


  • An invasive species is defined as the organism that is not indigenous, or native, to a particular area. Invasive species can give rise to great economic and environmental harm to the new area.

    What is native species?

    Native species is defined as species which originated and developed in its surrounding habitat and has adapted to living in that particular environment.

    Examples of invasive plant species are kudzu vine, English ivy, Japanese knotweed, etc. Animal examples are New Zealand mud snail, European rabbit, grey squirrel, carp, etc.

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