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(The Conversation)   Australia has a 5600 km dingo fence. On one side, dingoes eat kangaroos. On the other side, changes you can see from space   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Strzelecki Desert, Dingo Fence, Dingo, Predation, Satellite imagery, Remote sensing, Coyote, Australia  
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1169 clicks; posted to Food » on 24 Feb 2021 at 4:10 PM (11 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2021-02-24 7:49:24 PM  
5 votes:
If you haven't seen Rabbit Proof Fence, you should. I might watch it again later.
2021-02-24 4:47:24 PM  
4 votes:
Food tab?
2021-02-24 11:56:13 PM  
3 votes:
I watched the video and was struck by the fact that I obviously have no business looking at vegetation from satellite imagery because I had no idea what was what.
2021-02-24 10:06:51 PM  
2 votes:

Kiler: Why would you graze sheep in a desert?

That's a great question.  If you care, and aren't just halfassedly trying to make a halfassed point you could do some googling about, well, anything really.  Maybe start with "how is babby made" and work up from there.
2021-02-24 5:06:49 PM  
2 votes:

abhorrent1: Food tab?

Hey, I've had a kangaroo burger before. A bit gamier than venison, with an odd sweet flavor. Would probably be good mixed with another meat, but a little much on its own.
2021-02-25 9:18:39 AM  
1 vote:

Kiler: Why would you graze sheep in a desert?

Especially since the Western Desert lives and breathes at 45 degrees.
2021-02-24 4:40:12 PM  
1 vote:
Yep, pretty much what I figured.

Fenced-off areas are babies as far as the eye can see...
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