Rapid recovery of mammal fauna in the central Kimberley, northern Australia, following the removal of introduced herbivores
Australia has lost more native mammal species than any other country in the past two centuries, and this record of loss looks likely to worsen over the next few decades. Small- to medium-sized mammals are declining in both distribution and density across
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