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Coquies have become established in Hawaii.
That was the news that hit the international wire recently from the Associated Press.
Most of us have no idea what coquies are, but in parts of Hawaii they are turning paradise into a noisy mess, and they are an example of how much people can mess up when they aren’t careful with wildlife.
“Coqui population density in Hawaii can reach 20,000 animals per acre and affects 50,000 acres. Eradication campaigns are underway on Hawaii and Maui.”
Coqui are little frogs, so what’s the big deal?
Just this: “The frogs ...

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