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Starter © Snapshot Science, 2010Snapshot Science Killer Shrimps invade Britain The killer shrimps originally come from Eastern Europe and have been spotted in a British reservoir for the first time. They are only about 5mm long. They are called killer shrimps because they kill many different types of pond creatures. Should we be worried?
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Activity © Snapshot Science, 2010Snapshot Science What will happen if the killer shrimps spread? The killer shrimps kill native shrimps, lesser water boatmen and mayflies. What will be the effect on the other animals in the food web? What will be the effect on the plants and detritus? (dead plant and animal matter) Explain what will happen to the pond.
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