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|From:||Graeme Clifton <>|
|Date:||Fri, 12 Aug 2016 09:41:27 +0000|
Yesterday's Sydney Morning Herald had a article on predation of a nest. Two eggs were observed but a few days later only shells remained.
Following serious DNA detective work, it was established that the predator was a King Brown Snake. This happened on the Bush Heritage site somewhere in QLD.
Someone who is tech savvy may be able to post the link.
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