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Koalas will be driven to extinction by 2050 in NSW, major inquiry finds

WorldNews Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
Koalas will be driven to extinction by 2050 in NSW, major inquiry findsState parliamentary investigation finds biggest threat to the species’ survival is habitat loss – but logging and clearing of habitat has continued Koalas will become extinct before 2050 in NSW unless there is urgent government intervention to prevent habitat loss, a year-long inquiry has found. The...
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