Killer shrimp could move into the Great Lakes

Yeah, this can't be good.

Killer shrimp, or Dikerogammarus villosus, is one of the species that has experts most concerned. Known for eating large amounts of fish eggs and disrupting native species, the shrimp could pose a threat to local fishing trades.

”In the most pessimistic scenario, greater numbers of non-native species are introduced, as ballast water regulations prove to be ineffective in the long term, and live trade continues to expand,” The University of McGill writes in a statement.