What Is an Exotic Species?

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An exotic species is one that is not native to a given area. It is a plant, animal or insect that has been brought to an area, often by immigrants. Examples are sparrows and Brazilian pepper trees.
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An exotic species is any species-plant, land- or water-based animal, fungus or bacteria-that is introduced, either by accident or on purpose, to an environment other than where it
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