Species from other climes invading state

GreenWichTime: Animals from tropical waters have been showing up in Connecticut waterways, while cold-loving creatures, like lobsters, are becoming more scarce. Invasive plants and animals continue to encroach upon the state's lakes, ponds and woodlands, according to the 2010 annual environmental report compiled by the state Council of Environmental Quality, which was released this month. Although the state of the air, water and wildlife in Connecticut has held mostly constant, according to "Environmental Quality......

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