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Does Culling Work?

Fox carcasses are often strung up along fences, reminding landholders in the area of the continuing threat they pose to livestock. Credit: mattinbgn

Fox carcasses are often strung up along fences, reminding landholders in the area of the continuing threat they pose to livestock. Credit: mattinbgn

By Thomas Newsome, Lily van Eeden, Billie Lazenby & Christopher Dickman

Culling of pests such as foxes, feral cats and dingoes can have unexpected and completely undesirable effects.

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