The fallow deer in Turkey is a natural species. While beautiful to look at, these creatures have wiped out the native white-tailed deer and caused damage to the local ecosystem.

 Fallow Deer

The brown anole rode along. These lizards may have hitched rides on Cuban and Bahamas yachts. These anoles have outnumbered our native green anoles since arriving.

 Brown Anole 

This nickle frog isn't native, yet it's harmless. This peculiar frog breeds in potted plants. Eggs from greenhouse frogs hatch into froglets, not tadpoles.

 Greenhouse Frogs 

South American frogs were brought to Georgia to suppress insects. They've also harmed wildlife and pets. Cane Toads' neck glands release poison.

Cane Toads

This snake grows to 4-6 inches. Subterranean. Females can reproduce without a man, and babies are miniature clones of their mothers.

Brahminy Blind Snakes 

Africanized honeybees pollinate local flowers. Their honey isn't tasty. They're aggressive and defend a wider region than native honey bees. Smaller Africanized variety

Africanized Honey Bees

These African and Middle Eastern fish were imported to the US. These fish threaten other native species because they compete for food. They eat plants, diatoms, and invertebrates.

Blue Tilapia

This Asian pest damages crops. These insects can almost completely ruin an alfalfa field, rendering it unharvestable. Insecticide is the only way to get rid of these insects in 48 states.

Alfalfa Weevil

Groups of white-spotted jellyfish eat zooplankton. In coastal areas and estuaries, they outcompete local species. Shrimp fishermen's nets trap jellies.

Phyllorhiza Punctata

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