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Rewilding in Australia and Elsewhere

Rewilding is a conservation theory which explores the idea that some important introduced species could be used to replace our missing or extinct native animals.

As an example, proponents of rewilding argue that Komodo dragons may fill the gap in Australia’s ecosystem left by Megalania, a giant goanna-like species that disappeared thousands of years ago.

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