Northern Pacific seastar: The sea intruder causing havoc in Tasmania

The Northern Pacific seastar has spread rapidly through the River Derwent in Tasmania, Australia, since it was introduced from Japan in the 1980s.

Tasmanians hope a new effort to remove the species – which has no predator locally – will help save the critically endangered spotted handfish.

Video by Isabelle Rodd

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