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Roadkill deaths halved on Australian road thanks to a fence of sound

New Scientist discusses the results on a three year trial of Virtual Fencing technology completed by the Tasmania government, reporting “0.7 animals were killed per kilometre along the fenced road, compared to 1.2 animals per kilometre along unfenced stretches of road at either end. This equated to saving the lives of about 200 animals, including bandicoots, wallabies, possums, pademelons, quolls and wombats”. 

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