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PostPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2011 6:45 am 
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We know the east coast of Tasmania has caused some wildlife concerns, especially with the Tasmanian Devil as well as other native animals and human occupants, oysters etc.
We know that fire retardant which has been found in the east coast Devils is casnogenic.
We know that the mono culture of tree plantation there is not naturally fire retardant (unless modified, engineered or changed some how).
We know the west coast Devils are not effected.
lets move the animals and wildlife out, out of the east coast - well as many as we can until the culprit has been identified and removed. I know not as easy as it is said, but we have to save these creatures.


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