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Tasmania launches roadkill campaign to reduce 500,000 native animal deaths

“It’s about preventing all forms of wildlife, whether it is a threatened species or not, from what is at the end of the day an untimely death at the hands of a driver”


The motorists lobby in Tasmania has launched a joint campaign to reduce roadkill, saying that 500,000 native animals are killed on the state’s roads each year.


That equates to about one dead native animal per head of Tasmania’s population, giving the state one of the highest roadkill rates in the world.


Tasmania launches roadkill campaign to reduce 500,000 native animal deaths

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