Are dingoes the answer to Australia's feral cat and fox problem?

A new study led by a Harry Butler Institute (HBI) scientist has queried whether dingoes, one of Australia’s apex predators, can help suppress introduced cats and foxes. With 33 mammals, nine birds and three reptile species listed as extinct since the arrival of Europeans in Australia in 1788, the continent has the highest rate of extinction anywhere on the globe.

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