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The acanthaster, a coral-eating seafish

They are huge, and they are one of the greatest threats to corals. In New Caledonia, Brut nature followed scientists who intervene in areas infested with crown-of-thorns starfish.

06/13/2020 9:01 AM

12 comments

  • Stephane R.
    07/26/2020 05:53

    People should stop eating or just collecting the Giant Triton (the only natural predator of the crown of thorns) and the equilibrium would be there.

  • Julius K.
    07/22/2020 21:26

    CONVINCE THE CHEFS' OF THE WORLD....that they're a sea delicacy and these pests will be gone toot sweet

  • Skyler W.
    07/22/2020 20:31

    😯😯😯

  • Ariel F.
    07/22/2020 17:14

    💚

  • Pat W.
    07/22/2020 16:48

    Humans should not interfere with nature. Just leave it alone.

  • Aarti B.
    06/16/2020 19:06

    Amazing!

  • Kelly L.
    06/16/2020 12:28

    Go on a huge collection of them and sell them to a China I am sure they will eat them?

  • Kevin O.
    06/14/2020 02:08

    Maybe the Chinese can eat them

  • Yash V.
    06/13/2020 16:25

    Holy 😮

  • Francisco A.
    06/13/2020 16:16

    stupid people who think they are so magnanimous that they think they can correct nature

  • Anthony W.
    06/13/2020 14:29

    Fuck off...black lives matter more🙄🤔😂😅

  • Stephane R.
    06/13/2020 09:27

    People should stop eating the Giant Triton as it's the only predator to crown of thrones🐚

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