Small Asian Mongoose (Herpestes javanicus), Big Island, Hawaii
In an attempt to control a rising rat populations, in 1883 Small Asian Mongoose, originally from India, were introduced to the Big Island. They have spread widely and are today a major threat for endemic species, such as Hawaiian geese.
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