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Invasive species and environmental degradation
In New Caledonia, the Rusa deers and the wild pigs are invasive species which degrade the forest habitats. Their browsing and trampling prevent the forests from regenerating and have multiple environmental consequences, such as the soil degradation, its leaching during heavy rains and the local pollution of the rivers and fringing reefs.
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