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Originally posted by AnimositisominA
I wonder what they taste like.
It's also tasty, fetching a higher market price than native brown shrimp on the New York market this month. Some shrimpers have wondered if the large prawns could become the fourth harvestable shrimp species off the Texas coast. Hartman, of Texas Parks and Wildlife, is skeptical. "It could be another crop, but at the expense of our native crop," she said.
Originally posted by AllUrChips
Ah, the effects of fukishima
This is only the beginning
Though no one is sure what the ecological impact will be, scientists fear a tiger prawn takeover could knock nature's balance out of whack and turn a healthy, diverse marine habitat into one dominated by a single invasive species.