Would Crusoe recognize it?

Would Crusoe recognize it?

Chile’s Pacific paradise endangered by goats, cats
Invasive species are crowding out the unique native plants and birds that evolved during more than a million years of isolation before the first people moved into the Juan Fernandez archipelago. Remote Alejandro Selkirk Island is one of three main islands.
The three islands of the Juan Fernandez archipelago have 137 plants and a handful of bird species, like this male Robinson Crusoe firecrown, found nowhere else in the world.
The population of the Rayadito de Masafuera, a small ovenbird, has shrunk to about 550. Wild goats are destroying their habitat.
The world’s only remaining Dendroseris gigantea is on Robinson Crusoe Island.

Would Crusoe recognize it?

Invasive species are crowding out the unique native plants and birds that evolved during more than a million years of isolation before the first people moved into the Juan Fernandez archipelago. Remote Alejandro Selkirk Island is one of three main islands.
The three islands of the Juan Fernandez archipelago have 137 plants and a handful of bird species, like this male Robinson Crusoe firecrown, found nowhere else in the world.
The population of the Rayadito de Masafuera, a small ovenbird, has shrunk to about 550. Wild goats are destroying their habitat.
The world’s only remaining Dendroseris gigantea is on Robinson Crusoe Island.
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