Animals and plastic
Maxine Hindell, of North Bruny, captured the photo on Saturday morning while walking her dogs at Apollo Bay on Bruny island . “It was very distressing to see and horrible to think about how the poor creature died,” she said. “It was just a needless, terrible consequence of some person’s thoughtless act.” The likely causes of death were suffocation, starvation and dehydration — or even drowning, given the proximity to the water. A piece of rubbish can kill an animal, whether you put it there or not.The eastern quoll is currently classified as endangered.
Comments are closed.