Trout Invasive Species in South Africa (A threat to biodiversity)

Drakensberg“In April, Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEAT) Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk published the second draft of Alien and Invasive Species Regulations . The regulations have been developed to address the management and control of alien and invasive species.  Although trout have been established in South Africa for over a century, they are not indigenous to the country and would therefore need to be eradicated, according to DEAT.”

The trout have been in SA for almost a hundred years and don’t seem to pose any frigging biodiversity hazard…geez are these morons worldwide? Of course they are.

I guess one form of engineering supplanted by another form of engineering…all the rage these days.

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