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Wildlife recovery spending after Australia's last megafires was one-thirteenth the $2.7 billion needed

By Michelle Ward, Postdoctoral research fellow, The University of Queensland
Ayesha Tulloch, ARC Future Fellow, Queensland University of Technology
James Watson, Professor, The University of Queensland
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The paltry spending means many species severely impacted by the megafires were left in desperate trouble, potentially pushing some closer to extinction.The Conversation

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