- On a world-wide scale Australia has a very poor record in the preservation of its wildlife.
- This is revealed by the fact that in only 200 years we have managed to eradicate 27 species of animals and birds, and have placed hundreds more species at risk of extinction.
- The main reason for species becoming endangered or extinct is destruction of their habitats - our pollution and damage to natural habitats is managing this destruction with chilling efficiency.
- This book examines the ways we have either already eradicated species or put their continued existences at risk.
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Ideal for ages 9-12