Monthly Archives: June 2019

Scientists call out “moral panic” and bully tactics over cats as biodiversity & health risk

A group of research scientists based in the United States and Australia has challenged claims that cats pose major risks to biodiversity and public health and that urgent eradication programs are justified. In an open access paper published by the … Continue reading

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