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In reality, dinosaurs never roamed Kauai, though their chicken descendants have been waddling around willfully since 1992, when Hurricane Iniki freed them from their cages and triggered a poultry population explosion.
That growth has been fueled by a population explosion that has seen Meridian nearly triple in size since 2000.
Insect experts say a recent population explosion north of the Mason-Dixon Line means the bug is all but certain to appear in northeastern Maryland this spring, possibly as soon as in April.
Some have barely made an impact and have died out, while others have found the right conditions for a population explosion.
Hamsters ate the crops around their burrows and sometimes destroyed swaths of farmland during population explosions, when as many as 2,000 crowded into a single hectare.
But Mayorquin, who grew up in Seattle, sees a silver lining amid the city’s recent population explosion.
Supporters of the ordinances in Mahwah view them as vital steps to ward off population explosions that would lead to affordability, housing and overcrowding issues.
Its overfishing, especially of shark fisheries, is a contributing factor to the global jellyfish population explosion.
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