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Rabbits around a Water Trough

Rabbits are one of Australia's most widespread and destructive pest animals threatening the viability of native plant and animal species. They contribute to soil erosion by removing vegetation and disturbing soil and they compete with native wildlife for food and shelter, increasing their exposure to the danger of predators.

This photo was taken under controlled conditions during myxoma virus trials on Wardang Island off South Australia in 1938.

Photo credit: M W Mules

Photographer : M W Mules

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Rabbits around a Water Trough
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