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San Clemente Island faces dire threat from lowly earthworms, scientists say

San Clemente Island has been invaded by foreign intruders, threatening inhabitants of the volcanic isle owned by the Navy. The island is home to the only ship-to-shore bombardment training range in the United States, but this invasion isn’t part of a military exercise. The intruders are thousands...
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