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Australian feral cats kill a million reptiles a day: study
JAY GORY, MANAGING EDITOR, science
Feral cats kill more than one million reptiles every day in Australia, a new study showed Monday, with the staggering slaughter threatening many species. Cats have wiped out entire populations of some animals in Australia since being introduced by Europeans settlers two centuries ago, with efforts to cull or sterilise them so far failing to slow their march. In total, around 650 million lizards and snakes fall victim to feral and pet cats annually, they found. read more


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