Anders Wahlund
Nutria, or Coypu. A picture taken this morning.
The animal is orginally from South America but was brought to Europe for the fur-farming industry. As it always goes, some of them found their way into the wild nature and today they are classed as an invasive species, as they course al lot of damage for the origin water animals and birds. Still they are fun to watch.
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Commentby Ganesh H Shankar on Mon Mar 23, 2020 9:43 pm

Blue on blue! I love the crisp definition of the animal.

There are a few ornamental flowers in this part of the world where we live. They are not native but was brought to here long ago from foreign countries. They have become weeds to our farmers, very hard to control. Our insufficient knowledge causes natural imbalance. Probably nature knows how to correct this too.

Thanks for sharing the story, Anders.

Ganesh H. Shankar
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