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Rat plague reaches fishing villages in Australia

Rat plague reaches fishing villages in Australia

Rat plague reaches fishing villages in Australia

Rat plague reaches fishing villages in Australia

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  • Rat plague reaches fishing villages in Australia.
  • Residents in towns like Normanton report extensive damage.
  • The rodent boom is attributed to favorable breeding conditions.
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Queensland, Australia, is grappling with a rat and mouse plague, as thousands of rodents, dead and alive, inundate beaches, causing distress among residents.

The surge in the native rodent population has driven the rats towards the coast in search of more food, with many perishing on the journey.

Residents in towns like Normanton report extensive damage to vehicles and concerns about the impact on tourism.

The rodent boom is attributed to favorable breeding conditions and abundant harvests. As wet weather persists in Queensland, some fear the situation may worsen.

Parts of Queensland and New South Wales have witnessed a surge in rodent numbers, reaching plague conditions not seen since 2011, according to Australia’s national science agency.

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