The last of the Barmah brumbies | Parks Victoria says this is why the brumbies must go

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Barmah forest, one of the largest red gum forests in the world, holds 38 rare or threatened plants, including fruit saltbush and winged peppergrass. Photo by Rodney Braithwaite

“Feral horses are being removed from parks through targeted ground-shooting by professionals under strict protocols and oversight, and trapping and rehoming, where feasible, safe and humane to do so, and where there has been sufficient demand from organisations or individuals that can suitably care for the captured horses.”

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