Alien Invaders: Incredible World Investigators Series
Catalogue Number: PPE002
Producer: Pinegrove Productions
Subject: Environmental Studies, Science
Grade Level: 3 - 5, 6 - 8, Post Secondary
Country Of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2009
Running Time: 14:00
The emerald ash borer is an alien invasive insect that chews trees up and spits them out. The investigators learn that when a species is moved from its home to a new region, all kinds of trouble can ensue. With no natural predators, alien species, like the emerald ash borer, can become unstoppable bullies. But Sam and Jasmine are unstoppable too! They go to great lengths to learn all they can about alien invasives. From the rabbits that ravage Australia to the zebra mussels that muck up our waterways - alien invasives are everywhere and they're on the attack. The investigators learn that one of the best ways kids can help solve the problem is to never release pets into the wild.
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