Captured in a national park in Australia, the cane toad was later euthanized due to the invasive animal’s threat to the environment
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Stretchy connective tissue between the snakes' cranium and lower jaw allows them to open their mouth four times wider than their skull
Why use fences or traps, when you can use deadly viruses or lustful snakes?
British fisherman Andy Hackett caught and released the colossal creature, nicknamed "The Carrot," while casting at a private fishery
The annual Florida Python Challenge combats the destructive snakes, which have taken over the Everglades
The country’s “most serious pests” can be traced to one shipment from England in 1859, study shows
One of Hollywood’s weirdest legacies, the herd of beasts lives under the watchful eye of local conservationists
The insect may have escaped from an illegal cocoon-selling operation
Officials urge the public to squish the bugs, which are damaging crops and trees in the eastern U.S.
The state has found more than 1,400 of the massive snails since June
After scientists studied the invasive insect, visitors are getting a first look at the fierce creature that could wreak havoc on U.S. agriculture
Each bottle uses about one pound of green crabs
Invasive Burmese pythons are wreaking havoc on native wildlife and ecosystems in the Everglades
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Illinois is giving the problematic fish a new name—copi—in hopes of tempting more diners to chow down
The animal’s insatiable appetites, bold behaviors and adaptability make them harmful to new environments
Larvae and pupae found in seed pods at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport last fall hatched into <em>Salma brachyscopalis Hampson</em> moths
The Italian government plans to cull the population after at least one animal tested positive for a contagious swine fever
Entomologists are hopeful the pathogen could slow the insects' spread through the country