What is the most invasive species on the planet?



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    According to the Global Invasive Species Database, the Acacia mearnsii is the most invasive species, affecting more than 22 countries. This tree/shrub is so persistent because the seeds it produces are very hardy and remain viable for long periods of time, making the Acacia difficult to get rid of.

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