1. Aquatic Aliens

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    from Markus Nord / Added

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    This is a shot film about invasive species in the Baltic Sea. Camera: 7D Edited and Colour: Edius 6 Music: Chris Zabriskie - I Am a Man Who Will Fight for Your Honor | http://vimeo.com/musicstore/?tokens=Chris%20Zabriskie#search_tracks |

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    • "Ocean Invaders" (2009) Official Trailer

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      from Bowen Staines / Added

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      Directed by Mandee Mallonee, "Ocean Invaders" chronicles the rising threat of invasive ocean live off the Georgia coastline. By diminishing large stocks of ideal fishery species (Snapper, Grouper, Tuna), the Lionfish has become quite comfortable in our waters - perhaps enough so to risk the total extermination of an ecosystem. *Winner of the 2009 Blue Ocean Film Festival* Producer: (Captain) Kevin McCarey & Anthony S. Dergham Director: Mandee Mallonee Director of Photography: Michael Brown Editor: Bowen Staines Sound: Swapnil Kumar & Isaac Hammons Motion Graphics: David Perry Post-Production: Dont Panic Films FOR INQUIRIES, CONTACT: Anthony Dergham at adergham@scad.edu

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      • Snakeheads on a plate

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        from Helenah Swedberg / Added

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        Jackson Landers demonstrates how the so-called 'frankenfish' - snakehead - can be a delicious meal. Invited members of the media gathered to taste different kinds of invasive species at a dinner in support of the books 'Eating Aliens' and 'Preserving Wild Foods' at Haven's Kitchen in New York City. Support the making of "Close to the Bone" - the documentary about how Jackson Landers battles invasive species by hunting and eating them. Visit http://www.indiegogo.com/closetothebone

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        • Invasive

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          from lisa ma / Added

          What if your tax money was used to kill animals?

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          • Guam Rail at Cincinnati Zoo

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            • What are Fungi?

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              The fungi–including various mushrooms, molds, and yeasts–are critical players in the forest ecosystem. This video set explores the various roles of fungi as parasites, decomposers, and cooperative partners with trees, and feature the research of Harvard scientist Anne Pringle. Presented by the Harvard Museum of Natural History.

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              • Cooperative Fungi

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                The fungi–including various mushrooms, molds, and yeasts–are critical players in the forest ecosystem. This video set explores the various roles of fungi as parasites, decomposers, and cooperative partners with trees, and feature the research of Harvard scientist Anne Pringle. Presented by the Harvard Museum of Natural History.

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                • Bringing Back the Prairie

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                  Volunteers work year-round to remove invasive species and plant the seeds of native plants.

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                  • Science Bulletins: Chemical Defense Aids “Crazy Ant” Invasion

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                    Invasive fire ants are firmly established in the southeastern United States, defending their territory with venomous stings. But a new invasive species, the tawny crazy ant, appears impervious to fire ants’ toxic attacks. A recent study pinpoints the crazy ants’ defensive strategy, which is furthering their domination over not just fire ants, but other insects. Science Bulletins is a production of the National Center for Science Literacy, Education, and Technology (NCSLET), part of the Department of Education at the American Museum of Natural History. RELATED LINKS Science: Chemical Warfare Among Invaders: A Detoxification Interaction Facilitates an Ant Invasion http://www.sciencemag.org/content/early/2014/02/12/science.1245833.abstract?sid=e0af6891-366f-4566-b960-c5a2b081c335 Biological Invasions: Imported crazy ant displaces imported fire ant, reduces and homogenizes grassland ant and arthropod assemblages http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10530-013-0463-6 PLOS ONE: The Importance of Using Multiple Approaches for Identifying Emerging Invasive Species—The Case of the Rasberry Crazy Ant in the United States http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0045314

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                    • The Urban Weaver Project

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                      from Martin Borden / Added

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                      The Urban Weaver Project investigates the potential of using invasive plants as a replacement for traditional weaving materials.

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