All the way from Hawaii down to Australia, the landmasses in the Pacific Ocean are dumping grounds for invasive species. They have wrecked havoc on the native vegetation and wildlife, especially birds. Because birds are the most numerous wildlife found in insular habitats. The introduced brown tree snake on Guam has completely destroyed the avian life there. I saw brown tree snakes in their native northern Australia, where there natural predator are kookaburras. But on Guam, they do not have a natural predator.
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