Non Indigenous Wildlife

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Australia has a wide diversity of non indigenous animals living a wild existence in the Australian bush. Horses, goats, pigs, foxes, rabbits, buffalo, cats, dogs, mice and rats are just some of the introduced species that have made a home here in Australia.
This gallery depicts some of these animals that are not native to Australia and are living a wild existence in the Australian bush and some that are right under our very noses in our towns and suburbs.

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