Hunting in Australia - Wikipedia
Many species of game animals in Australia have been introduced by European settlers since the 18th century. Among these are traditional game species such as deers, red foxes and upland birds (quails, pheasants and partridges), as well as invasive species including rabbits/hares, cats, dogs, goats, pigs, donkeys, horses, feral cattle (including banteng), water buffaloes and camels. Native waterfowls such as the are also targeted, and the commercial harvest of kangaroos by professional hunters was recorded as 1,560,586 in 2012.
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