Thursday, 9 October 2008

Feral camels destroying WA outback

There's a headline you don't see every day.

Large herds of up to 100 camels were often found in the more habitable areas where rivers lakes and ranges were located, while camel numbers were lower in areas dominated by sand plains and dune fields, Dr Burrows said.
They've obviously been watching the wrong movies. Don't they know they're supposed to live in deserts.

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