How sea squirts are threatening the North Atlantic

(NEWS CENTER) -- We've heard a lot over the past decade about milfoil, an invasive species that is damaging fresh water bodies all over Maine. But the ocean is susceptible to invasive species, as well.

Kathleen Shannon talked with Wendy Lull of Seacoast Science Center in Rye, New Hampshire and Jenn Dijkstra, a Habitat Research Specialist with University of New Hampshire about a particularly troubling interloper with the scientific name Tunicates and the seemingly harmless nickname Sea Squirts.


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