The Iran Project reported yesterday that,
Israel behind extinction of Caspian Sea caviar
An introduced or non-indigenous species, or simply an introduction, is a species living outside its native distributional range, which has arrived there by human activity, either deliberate or accidental. Non-native species can have various effects on the local ecosystem.
“Introduced species can disturb the ecosystem of an area,” Seyyed Jafar Mousavian, the Deputy Head of Intelligence and Operation Department at the Biological Headquarters of Civil Defence Organization, said in an interview with Mehr News Agency, as translated by IFP.
Some species can do more harm than good to an ecosystem, he noted.
He noted that Caspian seal, Kilka and Sevruga fish belong to the Caspian Sea; however, comb jellies are alien species that have come from the Atlantic Ocean.
“We firmly believe that the Zionist regime [Israel] is behind the conspiracy of nuisance species as they had sworn to do so,” Mousavi added.
By its own description, The Iran Project is a
non-professional news website run by a group of Iranians inside and outside of Iran. This site is meant to influence the policy of the Iranian government and foreign media to the extent it can. The Iran Project provides you with the latest news, analysis, and coverage from independent voices inside Iran. Everything is issued independently, however not in way causing reprimand from the Iranian government [sic].
This is not the first time that the Zionists have weaponized jellyfish.
H/T to Yair Rosenberg on twitter, who not only called my attention to the story, but took credit for the diabolical plot.
Sorry, this was me. The jellyfish were for something else but things got completely out of hand. https://t.co/fpkaQhltmp
— (((Yair Rosenberg))) (@Yair_Rosenberg) July 24, 2016
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