Rabbit-proof fence, Australia

Rabbit-proof fence, Australia

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Caption: Rabbit-proof fence, South Australia, satellite image. North is at top. The Murray River (blue) flows along the top of the picture, whilst running down the centre from this is a straight line marking a change in the vegetation, with agriculture concentrated to the left. This line is a rabbit-proof fence. Rabbits are not indigenous to Australia, having been introduced by European settlers. Without natural predators they thrived and have become a pest despite various attempts to control them using biological methods.

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Keywords: agricultural, agriculture, australia, barrier, earth observation, farm, farming, farms, fence, fencing, field, fields, from space, geographical, geography, murray river, pest, pest control, rabbit-proof fence, river, satellite, satellite image, south australia

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