Animals and plants are distributed around the world naturally. Their individual adaptations make certain habitats ideal and others not. Throughout history, humans have moved plants and animals to new areas--sometimes sucessfully and at other times producing disastrous results. In today's Science Bite, Museum scientist John Demboski talks about introduced species and how they have become a part of our daily lives.

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