'Too small and carefree': Endangered animals released into the wild may lack the match-fitness to evade predators

Tuesday, June 6, 2023 - 13:13 in Biology & Nature

Breeding threatened mammals in fenced, predator-free areas is a common conservation strategy in Australia. The method is designed to protect vulnerable species and breed animals for release into the wild.

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