Macquarie Island eradication program

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Subject: Macquarie Island eradication program
From: Debbie Lustig <>
Date: Tue, 17 May 2011 00:01:38 +1000
A motley bunch of dogs is at the forefront of a new push to eradicate rabbits, 
mice and rats from Macquarie Island. 
The dogs have been trained to sniff out rabbits.
Four types of penguin, four albatrosses, Great Skuas, Kelp Gulls, Antarctic 
Terns and the Macquarie Island Cormorant all breed on the island. 
7.30 segment features terrific footage.                            

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