BAN THE PLACING OF 1080 POISON-LACED CARROTS BY FARMERS TO KILL TASMANIAN WILDLIFE
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It is legal for farmers in Tasmania to lay 1080 poison-laced carrots on their land to poison wildlife by the hundreds. This is sanctioned by the Department of Primary Industries in Tasmania. The photo shows my forested land in Tasmania in the foreground, which I intended as a sanctuary for Tasmania's beautiful wildlife including wallabies, quolls, Tasmanian Devils and much more. However, one poisoning exercise 6 months ago by a farmer next to that property in Staverton resulted in the death of hundreds of wallabies and my black labrador pet dog. Unlike the poisoned wildlife which died in unobserved agony, my beautiful dog died an excruciatingly cruel death right before my eyes. I liaised with vets and many others on their knowledge and experiences with 1080 poisoned animals, all of whom expressed genuine concern to me. My dogs death was independently verified by a lab as positive for 1080 poison.
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