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More than 10,000 camels will be shot from helicopters


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In Australia, more than 10,000 camels will be shot by helicopters to prevent them from drinking too much water.

According to The Independent, more than 10,000 camels in southern Australia to prevent them from drinking large quantities of water will be killed by helicopter fire.

Anangu Pitjantjatjara According to the instructions of the indigenous leaders of Yankunytjatjara Region (APY), professional archers will begin hunting on Wednesday.

Marita Becker, APY Board Member speaking to an Australian newspaper, "We're stuck in hot and uncomfortable conditions, we feel uncomfortable because camels tear down walls, walk around homes and try to drink water from air conditioners." He said.

A spokesman for the South Australian Ministry of Environment and Water said the increase in camel numbers had caused many problems in the region.

The operation is scheduled to continue to control the total number of beauty estimated at 1.2 million in the country for a period of five days.

It was announced last year that the Australian government would use poisonous sausages to kill wild cats that destroyed the country's domestic species. The country promised to kill two million cats by 2020.


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