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In this undated photo provided by the Department of the Environment, a feral cat catches and eats a crimson rosella bird at an unknown location in Australia. Researchers have found that much of the Australian species' decline coincided with the introduction of two animals: the feral cat, which sailors brought to Australia on ships as a means of pest control, and red foxes, brought to the continent for hunting. (AP Photo/Department of the Environment, C. Potter) EDITORIAL USE ONLY
In this undated photo provided by the Department of the Environment, a feral cat catches and eats a crimson rosella bird at an unknown location in Australia. Researchers have found that much of the Australian species' decline coincided with the introduction of two animals: the feral cat, which sailors brought to Australia on ships as a means of pest control, and red foxes, brought to the continent for hunting. (AP Photo/Department of the Environment, C. Potter) EDITORIAL USE ONLY

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In a bid to end the extinction crisis created by feral cats, Australia has announced plans to cull 2 million felines. Fred Pleitgen has more.

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In a bid to end the extinction crisis created by feral cats, Australia has announced plans to cull 2 million felines. Fred Pleitgen has more.