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Australia must control its killer cat problem. A major new report explains how, but doesn't go far enough

By Sarah Legge, Professor, Australian National University
Chris Dickman, Professor in Terrestrial Ecology, University of Sydney
Jaana Dielenberg, University Fellow, Charles Darwin University
John Woinarski, Professor (conservation biology), Charles Darwin University
Tida Nou, Project officer, The University of Queensland
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Cats kill a staggering 1.7 billion native animals each year, and threaten at least 120 species with extinction. Five experts analyse a parliamentary report on the problem.

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