Aquatic invasive species invade ecosystems beyond their natural, historic range. Here are 14 to watch out for beyond the well-known Asian carp.

According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the presence of aquatic invasive species, sometimes called exotic, invasive, nonindigenous or non-native, may harm native ecosystems or commercial, agricultural, or recreational activities dependent on these ecosystems. They may even harm our health.

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