Why do non native species seem to flourish?

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    Non-native species usually arrive at a new place with one very big advantage: no natural predators are there. This allows the non-native species to compete with native species without suffering losses in population due to predation. Non-native species are not always successful, though. It depends on whether they can adapt to a wide range of environmental conditions or feeds as a generalist (i.e. not being picky).

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