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Feral Goats (Capra hircus)

Goats were introduced to New Zealand in the 1770s. They were first liberated as a food source and to clear weeds...

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Feral Pigs (Sus Scorfa)

Pig numbers can increase rapidly when food is abundant, therefore control has to be very intense to halt the increase...

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Mustelid (Mustela furo)

Not as widespread or arboreal as stoats. However, ferrets have a significant effect on many riverbed breeding ...

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Possum (Phalangeriformes)

The brushtail possum is a furry animal weighing between 2 and 5 kilograms, and has a thick, bushy tail, pointed...

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Rabbit and Hare (Oryctolagus cuniculus)

The first problem is that they are rapid breeders. They can breed all year in New Zealand and...

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