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  • Cheryl Ann Nocera

Changes In The Whole Eco System

I am writing this blog November 19, 2012 and there has been some new changes in weather, environemnt, and where both humans and animals live.  Sunday November 11, 2012 there were dolphins swimming in Taunten River, Massachusetts.  Although, some people think that is awesome and cool, it is not.  Even if they were just passing through to get to another area, they are still considered to be an invasive species.  Invasive species are a species that does not belong.  Why this is bad, is because they will eat the food of a native species ( a species that belongs in that area) they will take over the area of that species, and there will be struggle for both to coexist together.  Even if an invasive species is a species that is passing through it is still causing some friction.  

I am from Boston, MA. where winter is just starting to begin in another couple of days it will officially be winter, and the temperatures are starting to drop.  However, last week we had days in the sixties and seventies.  Although most of enjoy it and it is good to get a couple of more days of warm weather.  Guess what else is enjoying these temperatures? Animals, bugs, and other living things, which means they think it is time to be awake, regrow, and bugs are out doing what they do.  Allergies are back, because plants and trees are going through the same process of growing, and this also helps germs still exist. 

I do not want this to be a gloomy article, but it is one to think about. 

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Cheryl A Nocera 

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