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Dog of a Problem Our Eternal Shame
Animals  (tags: starved abused dogs, children, northern territory, cruelty )

Simone
- 1093 days ago - ntnews.com.au
THESE photos of gaunt, starving dogs may shock you, but such images are not unusual in remote NT communities - and they are not the worst cases of neglect.
Town Under Siege: 6,000 Camels to Be Shot - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Animals  (tags: camels, cull, Northern Territory, Australia, drought, thirst )

Jenny
- 1734 days ago - abc.net.au
Docker River community - The Territory Gov't is spending $50,000 on a cull in the next week. Helicopters will herd the camels 15 kilometres outside the community where they will be shot and left to decay. Pictured: camel tries to open a door.
Woman Seeks Love for Randy Emu - Australia
Animals  (tags: australia, nt, northern territory, bird, emu, frustration, nest )

Chrissy
- 1928 days ago - abc.net.au
A sexually-frustrated male emu is chasing a woman in the Northern Territory because it cannot find a female mate. Patrena Arriston from Katherine, 300 kilometres south of Darwin, says her seven-year-old emu, Edward, began sitting on an empty nest last
Native Ant Could Win Battle With Cane Toad - Northern Territory, Australia
Animals  (tags: australia, nt, northern territory, meat ants, cane toads, predator, native, ant, toad, habitat, environment, protection )

Chrissy
- 1975 days ago - ntnews.com.au
SCIENTISTS believe a native ant could offer the best chance at stopping the march of the cane toad. Ecologists from the University of Sydney's Team Bufo have found the cane toad is poorly equipped to deal with the meat ant. But native frogs are not threat
Territory's Biggest Animal Cruelty Case Begins
Animals  (tags: northern territory, biggest animal cruelty, case, goats, starved, abused, mistreated, transport )

Simone
- 2345 days ago - abc.net.au
In the Territory's biggest ever animal cruelty case, a Queensland-based trucking company is charged with failing to provide food and drink and inflicting suffering on 1500 goats it was transporting. In a case before the Darwin
Woman Gored By Buffalo Rushed to Hospital - Australia
Animals  (tags: australia, water buffalo, woman, tourist, gored, injury, nt, northern territory )

Chrissy
- 2552 days ago - news.com.au
A WOMAN has been rushed to hospital after she was gored by a buffalo at a remote Northern Territory resort. The Melbourne woman, 49, was holidaying with her husband and two friends at Seven Spirit Bay on the Cobourg Peninsula, northeast of Darwin, when
   

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