In New Scientist, 3 December 2016
“Invasive species[…] have been spotted in the deep seas of the eastern Mediterranean. The unexpected visitors were seen by remotely operated vehicle descending to depths of 1 kilometre in waters off Lebanon.”
How interestingly are marine life framed! Who is the real invasive specie in this story? How many marine lives are disturbed by humans unexpectedly visiting the waters?
“These species are pushing out native species and destroying the habitat by overgrazing”.
This sentence, taken out of context could easily apply to humans. How many times over history have humans “pushed out native species”, massacring whole populations and cultures?
“Some rocks have now been stripped bare of algae”.
Where is the human agency in nature destruction?