Life and death on the Gold Coast

Life and death on the Gold Coast

This algal bloom probably killed this turtleand just up from the lake, hundred of baby Cane Toads were scurrying around.

‘The toxic cane toad introduced to Australia in the 1930s is causing ripples through the ecosystem in ways rarely seen when invasive species spread.’ New Scientist, 19.3.2015

This country: its politicians, bureaucrats, and people in general are not taking biodiversity seriously. And it’s just as big a planetary problem as global warming.

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