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Can we protect native Australian fauna?
« on: 07/09/2010 18:09:24 »
Many of Australia's unique and endangered species are under threat, largely owing to feral animals like cats and foxes, that have been introduced from Europe.  But now, a major initiative called project Eden which is based in the Francois Peron National Park in Shark Bay, Northwest Australia, has been set up to tackle the problem by returning a patch of the country to what it would’ve been like before rat and cat bearing European settlers arrived on the scene...
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Can we protect native Australian fauna?
« Reply #1 on: 13/09/2010 03:16:40 »
If we don't try we will never know an may regret it.
Good on you all at Project Eden. Excellent place to start


 

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