Invasive species one of most dangerous threats to our islands, says President of Palau

A world-renowned lake in Palau, an island nation 800km east of the Philippines, is currently being invaded by a prolific species of anemone. It is taking over more than half of Jellyfish Lake, a tourist attraction that lures thousands of visitors to Palau each month.

Invasive anemone. Photo: Coral Research Foundation

 

Work area: 
Marine
Livelihoods
Coastal Livelihoods
Marine Invasive species
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