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Australia uses helicopters to shoot down horses
Wildlife control program in Kosciuszko National Park
Authorities in the New South Wales region of Australia have authorized the use of helicopters to kill wild horses. The goal is to eliminate approximately 14,000 animals in four years. This is what the wildlife control program in Kosciuszko National Park provides, which aims to have only 3000 animals by 2027.The program involves some personnel on board the helicopters shooting horses. The government's...
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