Re: NANFA-L-- Could Elephants Become an Envasive Species?

Scott Davis (
Fri, 19 Aug 2005 14:38:07 -0700 (PDT)

> > Now, why is the pleistocene any more important
than any other time in geological history? And why
would we not ... work with those that were here more

Moon responded,
> Because elephants, zebra's and cheetahs are exotic,
> the bison, grizzlies are ordinary.

Sort of like keeping fish in an aquarium, hummm?

A person who should know better, stunned me by
mentioning a hoped for stocking project of Nile perch
in the US. There are several species in the genus.
Have there been any Lates stockings in North America?

Thanks and all the best!

Scott Davis

Thorncreek/ Butterfield Creek drainages, finally
draining into the mighty Calumet River.
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