Are they killing thousands of wild horses to frack NW Australia?

31 Oct

“Killing 6,000 wild horses in Australia is barbaric. Brumbies are awesome, create biodiversity to reverse desertification and deserve to live.

“The global public is outraged that Australia would condone mass killings of wild horses,” states Anne Novak, Executive Director of Protect Mustangs in California. “Are they killing off thousands of horses so they can frack the land for oil and natural gas? We ask that the heinous killings cease immediately.”

Libby Lovegrove, from the group Wild Horses Kimberley, has described aerial culling as a barbaric act of cruelty. . .

Ghost Horses Running

Ghost Horses Running

“Nobody’s tried to manage them. They’ve just let them breed up and breed up, and then they go out and shoot them. It’s just totally barbaric.”

 

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