Invasive species: One of the top three threats to Australian biodiversity

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In Australia, invasive species are one of the most ubiquitous and severe threats to biodiversity. We are notorious for having lost by far the highest number of mammals in recent times, with foxes and cats in most of these extinctions.


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Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area and farming communities are under threat from growing numbers of feral deer.

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