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It's natural to want to feed wildlife after disasters. But it may not help

By Samantha Finnerty, Postdoctoral Research Associate - Wildlife Ecology, University of Sydney
Catherine Herbert, Associate professor, University of Sydney
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Seeing an animal in distress after disaster makes us want to help. But feeding them doesn’t always make the situation better.The Conversation

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