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Could feral animals in Australia become distinct species? It's possible – and we're seeing some early signs

By Bill Bateman, Associate professor, Curtin University
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Feral cats double the size of domestic tabbies. Cane toads with longer legs. And dingoes with flexible joints. ‘Selection pressure’ is at work on introduced animals.The Conversation

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