Whenever exposed to info about invasive species in lakes & waterways, I can't help but shake my head knowing that the way humans think to remove such things is by poisoning them. Hello? Poison is poison. What are the long term effects of poisoning our waters?
I wonder if these invasive species are so bad, why aren't the people starving without fish populations in areas these invasive species came from?
Anyone else noticing the increasing water clarity in lakes infested by zebra mussels?
Zebra mussels filter and clean the water. Much of what people believe to be true about zebra mussels is not fact.
Found this interesting article separating fact from fiction on zebra mussels:
I can't help but wonder if this is Mother Earth's way of cleaning up the mess humans have been making while polluting & poisoning the waters directly or indirectly via the run off coming from the areas where people continuously spray chemicals & poisons on crops & lands. When all those different poisons & chemicals mix together in the water, what long term effect will that have?
We all share as we feel inclined to do so. Many Blessings to You!