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Invasive Species: The Story of Bunny

Hank tells us the story of bunny and planet Wonderful, and the impacts of exotic invasive species on ecosystems while introducing us to a couple interesting individuals. Like SciShow on Facebook: www.facebook.com Follow SciShow on Twitter: www.twitter.com References for this episode can be found in the Google document here: dft.ba tags: science, biology, ecology, scishow, invasive species, exotic species, ecosystem, non-native species, starling, boa constrictor, kudzu, brown tree snake, guam, predator, competitor, extinct, extinction, biological control, mongoose, hawaii, asian clam, freshwater mussels, human, impact, florida

Egg Layers

One of the guys, brought his egg layers down to the ranch to raise them down here. They are Brown Necks from Hawaii. I was hoping they start laying this week. It’s another couple of weeks before they start to lay their eggs. These are raised on what is ever on the ranch for them to eat with supplement grain feed to keep them close to the ranch.

Waimea Valley Hike with Hawaiian Trail and Mountain Club

8.5 mile hike at Waimea Valley on the island of Oahu, Hawaii on May 13, 2012