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Eat And Be Eaten: Invasive Scavengers In Hawaii Alter Island Nutrient Cycle

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    Invasive species on Hawaii Island may be especially successful invaders because they are formidable scavengers of carcasses of other animals and after death, a nutrient resource for other invasive scavengers, say investigators. KEA_VXAw5fk.gif

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