headline of the week

Study finds dingo wee aids mine site recovery. 27/06/2006. ABC News Online. It's just gold.

A new study in Western Australia has found the urine of a wild Australian dog may play an important role in the rehabilitation of mine sites. But my favourite quote: Dr Michael Parsons says once an appropriate delivery mechanism is refined, the repellent can be used in newly restored areas of mine sites to ensure plant life can be re-established without being grazed by kangaroos.

Appropriate delivery mechanism, indeed! :)


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