Invasive seaweed spreads along New England coast
A fast-growing, fast-spreading Asian seaweed that's crowded out native species, fouled beaches and made a mess of lobster traps in Massachusetts has spread north to Maine and south to New York.Full Story
#1 Dec 28, 2012
Why is it always a "fast-growing, fast-spreading Asian" whatever?
[It reminds me how we believed there were 5 billion Chinese.]
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