Seasonal habitat use by feral pigs (Sus scrofa)in the Arafura Wetlands and their impact on contemporary Aboriginal bush food resources
Feral pigs (Sus scrofa) are a major environmental problem in many parts of Australia. As habitat generalists they have successfully colonised and continue to spread across a very wide range of environments. The environmental damage pigs cause has only recently begun to be quantified and our understanding of the impacts they have on habitats and biodiversity remains limited. Feral pigs are threatening the environmental integrity (see page 16 for definition) of the Arafura Swamp and...[Show more]
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