A modest makeshift barrier made out of chicken wire and metal stakes has been installed in known nesting areas of eastern long-neck and Murray short-neck turtles in Australia’s Wonga Wetlands in an attempt to protect eggs from hungry foxes.
Both species are experiencing population declines and …
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SOURCE: ABC news
Original title: Turtle nests at Wonga Wetlands given extra protection from hungry foxes