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Transcript of Water Soldier
-Water soldier looks very similar to Aloe Vera Plant, that's why its nickname is Aloe.
-Looks similar to the top of a pineapple.
- Water Soldier sink to the bottom of the pond where they are protected from the ice in the winter and when the water warms in the spring they re-surface and begins to grow again. There are three organization involved: The Ontario Federation, the Ministry of Natural Resources, and parks Canada. They used herbicide to control water soldiers and they have been able to removed them. It got introduced to its new environment by people buying and using it as a decorative plant in water gardens. How did the organism get introduced into its new environment? THANKS FOR LISTENING TO MY PRESENTATION!!! (Clap your hands now)
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