No easy solutions to Kakadu's feral animal problem

Cane toads, swamp buffalo, feral pigs … some of the most visible 'wildlife' in World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park happen to be the rampantly successful progeny of feral animals introduced by European settlers from the 1820s onwards. Controlling them within this ecologically and culturally complex setting is the ongoing challenge.

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