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Invasive ants

Native ants are being displaced from their habitats by the invasive ants where by they affect the ecosystem.
Now elephants are overgrazing leaving the trees bear in our forests which is not a sight to see.Imagine what else this invasive ants could do whether long term or short term.Kenya wildlife service could come up with solutions to curb this.



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  • Ms Konner

    10 w

    Amazing extraordinary experience for anyone

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    • Kevin

      11 w

      This is surely a scientific phenomena better explained by experts

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      • winnie nguru

        11 w

        I am eager to see what scientists and researchers have to say about this

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        • George Kariuki

          11 w

          We need to invite more researchers to look into this.

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        • Esther Wanjiku

          11 w

          This will be a crisis if not tamed

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          • Marine Stephan

            11 w

            Do we know where these invasive ants come from?

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            • Jane Wangui

              11 w

              @marine_stephan I don't know. But they could be running away from something.

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            • Joseph Githinji

              11 w

              This sounds absurd and is a great danger to our ecosystem, Kenya Wildlife Service must work around the clock to deal with the issue urgently. We must protect our ecosystem by all means possible.

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              • Jane Wangui

                11 w

                @joseph_githinji people have so many ideas out there that if well funded could be used to ensure that the invasive ants go back to where they came from without harming any more nature.

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              • Tabitha Kimani

                11 w

                The invasive ants have already changed the ecosystem and its very scary to realize that even the scientists are not sure of what could happen in future. An intervention measure needs to be introduced.

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                • Abraham Jok Atem

                  11 w

                  This is not right and effective measures must be taken by the relevant authorities to end this displacement of native ants by invasive species

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                  • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

                    11 w

                    The displacement of native ants by invasive species poses a threat to ecosystems, disrupting the delicate balance of local biodiversity. This, combined with elephants overgrazing and leaving trees bare in forests, further highlights the complex challenges facing ecosystems. The potential long-term impacts of invasive ants on local flora and fauna could have cascading effects on the ecosystem. It's crucial for the Kenya Wildlife Service to proactively address these issues, developing effective solutions to mitigate the ecological consequences and promote a resilient and balanced environment. Such efforts are essential in the broader fight against climate change, emphasizing the need for sustainable conservation practices to preserve biodiversity and ecosystem health.

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