Australia’s rabbit-sized kangaroo population is expected to increase. Photo: Yahoo News
Australia: Brush eaters but only rabbits were seen in Australia after 100 years.
Australia covered 60% of its former territory, but the population has been decimated by rapid deforestation, hunting groups of cats and foxes.
Now a hundred years in the Australian peninsula, York, this small creation again in two years, 120 animals grew six in the natural environment. But their boundaries were fenced to protect them from poachers. 45 also saw the child in the bag. Of course, this is a welcome thing.
Their population has grown to a little over 12,000 and efforts are underway to conserve this extremely rare animal for the group. On the other hand, efforts are being made to control the population of cats and foxes.