The Culling of Australia’s Dingoes Is Having a Strange Effect on Plant Life

The Culling of Australia's Dingoes Is Having a Strange Effect on Plant Life

We all know that animals need plants to survive, but most of us wouldn’t expect the culling of wild dingoes in outback Australia to have an effect on native grass. But a new study shows that’s not the case – removing dingoes has had a surprising effect on grass and other planet life on the Australian outback, and it’s created a cascade effect that’s led to an over-abundance of woody shrubs.

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