Originally Posted by Mellowicious
Can a species, animal/vegetable/critter, even BE considered destructive in its usual habitat?

In nature, there are bugs that thrive in their natural habitant, but are destructive to other environs when they become newly introduced. Hmm I'm not sure how they can be nondestructive in their native habit, other than other bugs keep them in check, and destructive in others - or maybe I just answered my own statement. smile

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