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Kangaroos
Bib ID 8407377
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Description [Australia] : [publisher not identified], 1960-1991 
1 volume (unpaged) 
Summary

Includes articles from the period 1960 to 1991. Some early articles are on shooting of kangaroos by graziers and commercial shooters. Articles from the 1970s include calls by the Australian Conservation Foundation to restrict commercial shooting, and fears of extinction of kangaroos. Articles from the 1980s are on kangaroo population explosion and debates on culling.

Notes

Newspaper cuttings from the Australian press clippings collection covering geographic places, including Australian states, towns and geographical features. Content covers the time period from 1960 to 1991.

Subjects Kangaroos -- Australia.  |  Kangaroo hunting -- Australia.  |  Kangaroo populations -- Australia.  |  Kangaroos -- Control -- Australia.  |  Australian
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