Are freshwater snails an invasive species in lakes and rivers?



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    There are some snails that are invasive species. A species is at peace with its normal habitat, but if it is removed and put into a new different habitat, there are many times big repercussions from the effects of introducing the non-native species. When these non-natives start to proliferate and take over a niche, they are called invasive. There are some South American snails in China and Southeast Asia which were originally brought over as food, and are now an invasive species.

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