Are exotic plants now a big problem for national parks?



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    Some exotic plants can be a big problem in National Parks, these are called invasive species. Invasive species are non-native species that has over taken a habitat through out competition. According to the National Parks Service; Over 6,500 non-native invasive species have been documented on park lands, 70% of documented invasive species on park lands are invasive plant species and around 5% of park lands are dominated by invasive plants. This could present a big problem in the future if it is not taken care of soon.

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