Australia’s introduced animals: Eradication programs under the spotlight

Are feral animals in Australia’s north really pests that need to be eradicated, or is the nation automatically pulling the trigger on non-native creatures without thinking?

Is the world being denied the last vestiges of wild creatures that may benefit the environment?

Dr Wallach, who now works at the University of Technology Sydney’s Centre for Compassionate Conservation, says Australia and New Zealand stand out on the world stage when it comes to concentrating conservation actions on killing introduced animals.


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