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2021 mice plague across Riverina could be made worse by inadvertent poisoning of rodent predators | The Daily Advertiser

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A researcher from Charles Sturt University has warned that the region’s attempts to battle the mouse plague with heavy poisons may actually be working to make future infestations stronger. Lecturer in the school of environmental sciences, Dr Maggie Watson, told The Daily…



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