NANFA-- [Fwd: National Geographic News]

Jeffrey Fullerton (
Fri, 13 Dec 2002 23:24:32 -0500

Here is an article forwarded to me by a fellow plant enthusiast that
sort of relates to my previous post on exotics in Florida.
There is also another link to an article how marine organisms may be
using floating trash to raft their way around the world.

Living things certainly are opportunistic. Just like that famous quote
from Jurassic Park- "Life will find a way"!

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Hi Jeff, This is an interesting article I thought. Thanks for your comments on the Turkey Beard. Lisa has sent you this story from National Geographic
News. We hope you enjoy it.
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