Solutions to northern Australia's mammal decline crisis

Northern Australia's mammals have suffered catastrophic declines over the last 30 years. A major new study has found that protecting and recovering habitat by improving fire management and reducing feral cattle, horses and ...

Lock up your pet, it's a killing machine

We know feral cats are an enormous problem for wildlife—across Australia, feral cats collectively kill more than three billion animals per year.

Are feral cats biting off more than they can chew?

Researchers from Murdoch University have revealed that even small stray and feral cats take on large and difficult-to-handle prey. And it's posing a risk to native wildlife populations.

The tricks animals use to survive Australia's bushfires

Have you ever wondered how our native wildlife manage to stay alive when an inferno is ripping through their homes, and afterwards when there is little to eat and nowhere to hide? The answer is adaptation and old-fashioned ...

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