What animals do they eat in Australia?
People in Australia will eat things such as chickens, cows and pigs like Americans. They will also eat kangaroos and alligators.
Very much so. Feral pigs in Australia are a huge ecological disaster, as they are omnivores that eat both native plants and native animals, particularly the eggs of birds and reptiles. They have been known to eat the chicks of birds as well. They frequently destroy the habitat of native animals because they trample it and eat the vegetation there.
No. To begin with, platypuses and squirrels live on completely different continents. Platypuses live only in Australia, and there are no squirrels in Australia. Secondly, platypuses do not eat larger live animals. They hunt for small crustaceans and insect larvae which live on the bottom of creeks and rivers.
There are farms and crops and also a lot of land that plants and food grow on. Australia gets a lot of rain and sun which makes plants grow. animals have their own way of survival, eg koala's eat on gum leaves and without the rain and sun, the actual gum trees wouldn't be their for the animal to eat. It depends on the habitat or ecosystem :) Hope this helps <3
Here are a few organizations for Animal Rights in Australia - Australian Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Animal Liberation Australia Animals Australia - The voice for animals Voiceless - The fund for animals Animal Justice Party Act Now for Animals The links to these groups can be found below -