Laying low: Rugged lowland rainforest preferred by feral cats in the Australian wet tropics

Tom Bruce, Stephen Williams, Rajan Amin, Felicity L’Hotellier & Ben Hirsch
Invasive mesopredators are responsible for the decline of many species of native mammals worldwide. Feral cats have been causally linked to multiple extinctions of Australian mammals since European colonisation. While feral cats are found throughout Australia, most research has been undertaken in arid habitats, thus there is a limited understanding of feral cat distribution, abundance, and ecology in Australian tropical rainforests. We carried out camera-trapping surveys at 108 locations across seven study sites, spanning 200...
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