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Australian Wild Horses

The brumbies’ fight for survival

As man’s desire to control and use more of the Earth’s resources only increases, the number of animals living in their natural environment decreases. Wild horses everywhere are feeling the pressure from our continued expansion. Brumbies, as wild horses in Australia are called, are in the fight for their very existence. While wild horses did not live there millions ...Full Article

Aerial culling of brumbies in Snowy Mountains

Brumbies as Australians call their wild horses are a controversial subject. The horses are not native to Australia. Some biologists argue that they are destroying native environs. Others feel ...Full Article

A time to cull? The battle over Australia’s brumbies

Australia’s wild horses are known as brumbies. There has been much “to do” about their population and the native flora and fauna in the region. Culling – true culling, ...Full Article

More than 1200 horses shot at remote Australian community

How horrible…these poor horses to suffer from a terrible drought, attacked by dogs, sickened by disease then terrorized with helicopters and shot to death. Words fail me. ~ HfH ...Full Article

Outrage as Australian horse cull begins

From: The West By: Brad Thompson WA is facing a worldwide backlash from horse lovers after the Aboriginal Lands Trust began a mass cull of thousands of feral animals ...Full Article