Smoke kills endangered mice far from Aussie fires
Smoky mice at breeding facility near Canberra die despite nearest blazes being more than 20km away.
The smoky mouse is among more than 100 threatened species directly affected by Australia’s months-long bushfire disaster. – museumvictoria.com pic, February 27, 2020.Charles Sturt University researchers said Australian “smoky” mice – so called because of their silver-grey fur – began dying in captivity three days after the first wave of hazardous smoke wafted over the nation’s capital, Canberra, last month.
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