Koala and kangaroo culling considered as numbers become 'overabundant'

Species’ expansion threatens South Australia’s habitat and biodiversity, report says

Animals including koalas and kangaroos could be culled in parts of South Australia, where high population numbers are damaging the landscape.

A report from a parliamentary inquiry has recommended the state’s environment minister make an immediate decision to declare koalas, western grey kangaroos, long-nosed fur seals and little corellas overabundant in some areas.

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The overabundance of several species was caused by changes to the landscape

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Source: The Guardian
Koala and kangaroo culling considered as numbers become 'overabundant'