Constructing the Social life of the Kangaroo: A Commodity Study
There is an increasing awareness of the need to match agricultural production systems to their environments and recognition, in the case of the kangaroo, that this animal is well adapted to rangeland ecosystems, encompassing 81 per cent of Australia’s landmass. There is also recognition that kangaroo is a healthy protein source, but Australians associate this particular meat with low economic and cultural values. For this reason it has not been widely embraced...[Show more]
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