Published June 6, 2019 | 13:00 EDT (News release from Nature Research Press)
Introducing predatory lizards to a set of small Caribbean islands causes resident lizard populations to change their behaviour, altering the way lizards co-exist and leading to population extinctions. This effect could apply to predator-introduction scenarios on islands and lakes worldwide.
Predator introduction disrupts lizard coexistence
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