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Bringing Mammals Back: Investigating the role of feral cat predation on native mammal decline using cat-proof fencing

NERP Northern Australia Research Hub (2014). Bringing Mammals Back: Investigating the role of feral cat predation on native mammal decline using cat-proof fencing<br />. Darwin, NT: Charles Darwin University.

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Author NERP Northern Australia Research Hub
Title of Report Bringing Mammals Back: Investigating the role of feral cat predation on native mammal decline using cat-proof fencing
Publication Date 2014
Publisher Charles Darwin University
Place of Publication Darwin, NT
Total Pages 16
Field of Research 300800 Environmental Sciences
Abstract Kakadu is a World Heritage listed area and it is a major priority to protect native mammals living there.

Animal surveys within Kakadu National Park alerted scientists, managers and Traditional Owners to the decline
of mammals occurring right across northern Australia.

Ongoing research led by the Northern Territory Government is underway to see what can be done.
Additional Notes PROJECT UPDATE | 2014


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