Animal/Plant Populations in Surprising Location

What are some interesting animal/plant populations that, geographically, seem “out of place”? One example that comes to mind is the Six-Lined Racer, which has a population in Michigan, far away from its other populations. Another example is the rhesus monkeys in Morgan Island, SC. The monk parakeet population in NY could be another example.


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The two that have really caught me off guard were Lambay Island outside Dublin being populated with wallabies, and the nilgai population in south Texas


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