'It's bad science': Bettongs in Lower Cotter release end up dead

Cassandra Morgan
Updated April 23 2019 - 4:56pm, first published March 21 2019 - 12:00am

Revelations that 67 eastern bettongs had been killed in a release program devised in liaison with the government come as no surprise to academic Mike Braysher, who says he warned organisers.

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Cassandra Morgan

Cassandra Morgan

Canberra Times health reporter

It has never been more important for Canberrans to be able to access reliable and accurate information about health. As The Canberra Times’ health reporter, I am committed to ensuring our readers have access to this. I, like many in the territory, have family members who work in the sector. Although providing comprehensive coverage on the coronavirus pandemic is obviously my number one priority, I aim to frequently shed light on the fantastic work our frontline professionals do, as well as the challenges they face. Email me tips and story ideas at: c.morgan@canberratimes.com.au.

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