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More junk science

Eat the Kangaroos, Save the World

Dr Wilson said that increasing the number of kangaroos that roam the Outback – now estimated at over 30 million – to produce the same amount of meat as cattle and sheep by 2020 would also provide “substantial conservation benefits”.

The study found that the environment would benefit from reducing the number of hard-hoofed livestock, potentially improving soil conservation, increasing the capacity of vegetation to respond to drought, and improving water quality.

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