Which introduced species has done the most harm in terms of the environment? Is it the fire ant?
What is the most harmful of any of the non - native species ever introduced to the North American continent?
The homo sapien sapien. I heard this specie of animals migrated from Africa ...
The long horn Asian beetle is also pretty bad nowadays. Here in Canada, it is eating through trees like nothing else and it has no natural predators, sort of like the homo sapien sapien too.
by Renee' D. Campbell 5 years ago
Is one term or even two terms long enough for a President to get the job done?As the election draws near, what do you think? Should a President's term be extended? I heard Michelle Obama on the radio today asking people to vote for Obama to give him time to finish what he started. ...
by Shil1978 6 years ago
Has Religion Benefited Society as a Whole Over the Ages or Has it Done More Harm than Good?
by Peeples 6 years ago
Can any harm be done to my baby playing outside with no clothes on?My 17 month old is potty training so she is naked almost all of her waking hours. My concern is when she sits in the grass or dirt outside. Can it cause an infection or anything?
by Kenna McHugh 6 years ago
How can someone live with themselves when they have done more harm than good?
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