Opinion

Protecting the Kosciuszko brumbies is no zero-sum game

By Gregory Andrews
Updated March 18 2022 - 9:34am, first published March 17 2022 - 6:25pm
It's not the Kosciuszko brumbies' fault that they're here - but they don't have a monopoly on our protection. Pictures: Shutterstock, Platypus Conservation Initiative

At 400,000, Australia has the largest feral horse population in the world. We have more feral horses than the combined population of all our platypuses and koalas put together.

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