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Giant snails remain a risk

Wednesday 1 July 2015 | Written by Rashneel Kumar | Published in Environment

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Giant snails remain a risk
Giant African snails that were detected by the Cook Islands boarder control unit about a decade ago. They remain the most risky invasive species to the country.

GIANT African snails remain one of the most risky invasive species to the Cook Islands, says a New Zealand-based biodiversity consultant.

GIANT African snails remain one of the most risky invasive species to the Cook Islands, says a New Zealand-based biodiversity consultant.


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