Australian wildlife 20 times more likely to encounter deadly feral cats than native predators

Australian wildlife 20 times more likely to encounter deadly feral cats than native predators

Australia’s wildlife are at least 20 times more likely to come across a deadly feral cat than one of the country’s native predators, according to a new study. Invasive cats, which kill billions of native animals each year, form a triple threat, the study finds, by hunting with greater intensity, in broader environments and in […]

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QUOLLS – Fast & Furious

The Spotted-tailed quoll, the largest surviving carnivorous marsupial mammal currently living in mainland Australia. Endangered with few as 500 individuals possibly known to be only in existence, we investigate their secretive and short life span of three years in their remote and extremely isolated populations amongst the cloud forests of the North Queensland Wet Tropics. […]

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