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Ships could bring invasive species to Antarctica, study warns

Non-native species are entering Antarctica's ecosystems by catching rides on ships from 1,500 global ports that come to the region. Image: Unsplash/ Rod Long

Paige Bennett

Writer, EcoWatch

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