What does the term introduced species mean?

Answer The term "introduced species" refers to any type of species whether animal or not that is introduced to a specific region or area rather than occurring there naturally. An example is the presence ... Read More »

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Who introduced the golf term caddie?

The term caddie was first defined as a person who carried golf clubs in 1857. However, the first caddie was Andrew Dickson who caddied for the Duke of York in 1681. The word caddie comes from "le c... Read More »

What does the term"protected species"mean?

A protected species are animals that have been determined to be threatened with extinction in the near future. These species are protected by federal and/or state law to ensure that their habitat i... Read More »

What is an exotic species&an invasive species?

Exotic and invasive are terms used by the United States Department of Agriculture to describe plant status in a given area of the United States. An exotic species has been introduced to one ecosyst... Read More »

Can short-term&long-term disability insurance be deducted from federal taxes?

Taxpayers are not allowed to deduct premiums that they paid for personal disability insurance. While it is legal to deduct other forms of insurance, such as business liability insurance, personal d... Read More »